Completing your self employed tax return 21-22 can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. This video, part 2 of 2, follows on from last week.  The process is broken down, so you can ensure that you’re getting the most out of your tax return.

Whether you’re a first time self-employed taxpayer or have been completing your own returns for years, these tips will help you avoid any common mistakes and make sure you’re getting the most from your deductions. Take a few minutes to watch the video, and be able to submit your tax return successfully. !

Completing your tax return can be daunting , but more so if you’re self employed. The good news is that I’ll walk you through how to complete those pages of your tax return.

I look at the traditional versus cash basis, what the sections mean, and what to do.  Let’s get started!


In this video I’ve looked at

  • Firstly, the self-employed short pages
  • Secondly, how to complete them
  • Thirdly, what goes into a return for someone who is self-employed.

Hope you gain confidence in Completing your self employed tax return 21-22.  But if you’d still rather leave it all to the professionals, that’s no problem either, Contact us .

For more details on the tax return, what to claim, and payments on account check out my previous blog on this topic, more words, and details.  Furthermore, a FREE online tax calculator, use the slider to show what your tax you may have to pay.

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