How to prepare your tax return 21-22 may not get the pulse racing. For some it may cause anxiety, apoplexy and poking eyes with sticks may come to mind.
However, if you are one of the 10.2 million + people that must complete a self-assessment tax return it’s a necessary evil. Maybe evil is too strong a word, but that’s how it feel to many
This can seem daunting if you are adopting a DIY approach, but with careful preparation it doesn’t have to be that way. In this video I’ll outline the steps you need to take to ensure your return is filed correctly and on time.
In this video, I’m going to be covering four key things for how to prepare your personal tax return for 21/22.
- Firstly, who needs to bother
- Secondly the key information that you need to include within your personal tax return 21/22?
- Thirdly what the self-employed, can claim for
- Finally the key dates that you need to be aware of and paying the actual tax if any tax is due.
Completing a tax return can be a very much wait till later and stressful and time-consuming process. It doesn’t have to be that way. Getting your tax return done early, getting it done before the due deadline means you know what to pay, you minimize your stress and anxiety. It’s that wonderful relief of knowing it’s out the way. And you can get on with your business and get on with your life.
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