2019/2020 Self Assessment filing date extended to 28 Feb 2021

Personal Self Assessment filing date has been extended and you will not be charged a late filing penalty if submitted by 28 February You can delay filing your return to avoid late filing penalty but you may still need to pay any tax owed by 31 January midnight as this deadline hasn’t been extended. Interest Read more about 2019/2020 Self Assessment filing date extended to 28 Feb 2021[…]

Registering for Self Assessment and getting a tax return

Use form SA1 if you need to register but you’re not self-employed. For example, if you: become a company director receive income from land and property in the UK have taxable foreign income of more than £300 a year receive yearly income from a trust or settlement sell shares, property or other assets liable to Read more about Registering for Self Assessment and getting a tax return[…]

One-off top-ups New grants for businesses during the national lockdown

New National COVID Restrictions have been introduced from Tuesday 5 January. There will be three schemes in operation as listed below. One-off grant of up to £9000. The Local Restrictions Support Grant (LRSG) for Closed Businesses – for businesses that are required to be closed. Discretionary Grant – for businesses which do not meet the criteria for the Local Read more about One-off top-ups New grants for businesses during the national lockdown[…]

Local Restrictions Support Grant for Closed Businesses – England

Businesses that were open as usual and were then required to close due to local Tier 2, Tier 3 or Tier 4 restrictions may be eligible for LRSG (Closed) or LRSG (Closed) Addendum: Tier 4. Eligible businesses are entitled to a cash grant from their local council for each 14 day period they are closed. Read more about Local Restrictions Support Grant for Closed Businesses – England[…]