Which? has put together six tips to help you file your online tax return for 2018-19 in time so you can benefit from the government's self-employed income support scheme.
Preparing your tax return? Here's our top tips on how to avoid overpaying your tax, explain which documents you'll need and the allowances you could claim.
Those filing their first self-assessment tax return need a UTR number and time is running out to get one to meet the 31 January deadline.
Tax returns for the 2017-18 tax year are due at midnight on 31 January 2019. If you're only just getting started, use our tips to meet the deadline.
From what documents you'll need to tax-allowable expenses, this is everything you need to know about filing a self-assessment tax return
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With less than a week to go until the 31 January deadline, freelancers and self-employed workers across the country will be scrambling to complete their submissions. So, are you up...
If you file your tax return late, you need a reasonable excuse to avoid a fine. Which? explores some of the strangest excuses HMRC received in 2017.
If you don't apply for a UTR number today, you may run out of time to submit your self-assessment tax return without incurring a late fine.
New figures from HMRC reveals how many people filed their tax return on Christmas day, and Which? helps you speed up the self-assessment process.