2018/2019 Self-Assessment Deadline
EasyBooks First Deadline is
FRIDAY, 26th July 2019, 5 pm.
It’s a deadline not to be missed!!!
Here at EasyBooks we have already received many of our clients 2018/19 self-assessment paperwork, which is great and means their tax returns will be filed on time and without any penalty charges and fewer grey hairs for our team.
So, with that in mind if you haven’t yet brought/sent/portal-ed in your paperwork, why not gather it all together and bring/send/portal it into us before we hit our first deadline of…
FRIDAY, 26th July 2019, 5 pm,
All your relevant paperwork and documents should be with us by this date.
After this date has passed there will be a 5% additional charge to your total invoice.
Gather Your Paperwork
Before you bring/post/portal your paperwork to us start to gather all your relevant items together.
- Invoices and sales receipts
- bank statements and cashbook records
- loan/hp agreements
- Details of all business transactions
if you receive a rental income: –
- information relating to your property income
- expenditure in 2018/19 (e.g. mortgage interest, repairs)
Here is a list of other items we may need to see (if relevant to you.)
- P60 – from your employer showing your income and the tax you’ve paid on it
- P45 – if you have left a job within the tax year
- P11D or P9D – detailing benefits and expenses relating to employment
- Pension income details
- interest on bank or building society accounts
- dividends from investments
- any other income you receive.
What Do You Need to Declare?
Not only your undying gratitude to your wonderful accountancy team but you must report everything you’ve earned over the tax year from 6th April 2018 to 5th April 2019. This includes income from employment, self-employment, income from property and interest and gains on your savings and investments.
If in doubt let us have the information and we can leave out what HMRC doesn’t require.
Please note that we are not obligated to chase people individually to bring in their Self-Assessment paperwork.
Thank you in advance.
We Have a Request
Do you have any working MP3 players’, i pod’s or something similar that you are no longer using and don’t know what to do with it? If yes, please can you drop them in/send them to our team member Kris Rucker who is collecting them on behalf of a friend who is a music therapist.
Kris’ friend Carl visits care homes and uses music from various eras to cheer up many of the residents who find comfort and happiness in listening to music. This is a worthy cause to help with if you can
Here is a link to Carl’s post on Facebook for further information.
What An Athletic Team We’ve Become.
Well over the past years I’ve noticed that some of our team members are quite the healthy bunch. We have walkers, cyclists, gym members and runners, (I might just dig out my roller skates from the back of the cupboard and join them.)
One of our team, Darran ran the ABP Newport Wales Marathon at the beginning of May.
That’s a whopping stretch of 26.2 miles and approximately 56,000 steps around the streets of Newport plus parts of Monmouthshire. Darran was one of the 6,000 runners who competed and munched their way through 4,500 bananas.
Despite carrying a knee injury, he achieved a great time.
Well done Darran. Such a fantastic personal achievement.
Well done to our AAT trainee Chloe Griffiths on completing the Race for Life this year with her mum.
Chloe’s mum, Sharon celebrated 10 years of being cancer free this year. When she was in hospital receiving treatment, Sharon watched the Race for Life from her window and vowed to walk it the following year, which she did and 10 years later along with her daughter Chloe they ran the 5 k this year.
Makes you realise how precious life is and what we can achieve when we set our mind to it. Another great personal achievement.
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- On 6th June 2019
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