Our fixed fee tax returns cost from £55pa to £240pa plus VAT. The cost of tax returns vary depending on how many and what types of income you have. If you just have employment income and benefits, your ‘Employee’ tax return costs £55pa plus VAT. If you own one or two businesses, investment properties, or shares, your ‘Owner’ tax return costs £110pa plus VAT. Investing in more than a couple of each of the above will increase the cost to £165pa plus VAT for our ‘Investor’ tax return. However, if you have any capital gains or foreign income, we charge an ‘Investor+’ price of £220pa plus VAT for your tax return. Our accounts packages include one Owner tax return. You can see all of our prices here.

If your self assessment tax liability for a tax year is over £1,000, and less than 80% of your tax is collected at source (e.g. PAYE), you will be required to pay two payments on account towards the following tax year. Each payment on account is calculated at 50% of your tax liability. The first payment is due by 31st January – the same date the tax return and balancing payment are due. The second payment on account is due by 31st July.

If you think your tax liability will be less in the following tax year, you can apply to reduce your payments on account. However, interest and potentially penalties could be payable if you reduce the payments on account too much.

The easiest way to pay your personal tax is by using online banking to make a payment to HMRC. Use sort code: 08-32-10, account number: 12001039, account name: HMRC Cumbernauld. You’ll need to add a payment reference so that HMRC allocate the payment against your account. Your payment reference should be your 10-digit personal tax reference (UTR), followed by the letter K e.g. 0123456789K.

For other ways to pay your personal tax to HMRC see here.

The balance of personal tax owed to HMRC for the year ended 5th April (e.g. 2022) is due by the following 31st January (e.g. 2023). The balance payable will be your tax liability, minus any payments on account already paid. However, you may also need to pay two 50% payments on account towards the next tax year. If so, these are due by by 31st January (e.g. 2023) and 31st July (e.g. 2023).

Your personal tax return for the tax year ending 5th April (e.g. 2022) needs to be submitted to HMRC by the following 31st January (e.g. 2023). However, we need to receive the information to prepare your tax return by 31st October to guarantee it being prepared before the deadline.