If you have ever been in our Cathedral office in Elgin, then you know we have two well established pots of green leaved plants. They don’t look as though they should be anything other than big pots of long thin green leaves. But, as we work our way through January, one of these plants put […]
26 January 2023
If you have filed it already, you have until next January to correct any errors or omissions. If you have not filed it yet, make sure you do so by midnight on 31 January. After that you will incur a penalty of £100. If you continue to be late, then you might receive daily penalties.
Every week we take a look at what is trending in the accountancy and tax press and share items that we think will interest you. However, these are only outlines and where they relate to tax planning should not be acted upon without looking into them more completely as everyone’s circumstances are particular to them.
Here’s a question for you: What makes you happy? At the moment, getting to the end of January with all of our clients’ self-assessment tax returns filed will make me happy, but that is a temporary state as we will have plenty to do in February. Let me explain the reason for my question. Earlier