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We’re going to say the C-word…
And though you might want to pretend otherwise—or close your ears at the very mention of it—there is good reason not to.
We’re talking, of course, about Christmas.
There, we said it.
And yes, believe it or not, another year is coming to a close.
For many, that will come as good news. After all, it’s been a tough year.
And that’s why we want to make sure we can help make the end of it a bit easier for you.
We’ll explain how in a moment.
Before we get to that, though, a quick reminder that if you’ve not had a chance to check out our brand-new online Client Resource Centre just yet, you really should.
We’ve just added a whole new section dedicated to Brexit that you might find useful.
Though there are still many unknowns, there are also a number of things you do need to do to prepare for that come into effect on January 1st.
To that end, we have even included a 20 Point Brexit Preparation Checklist you can use to help you get ready.
Now, with Brexit out the way (for now), let’s get back to the reality of Christmas.
You see, as well as seeing us change our relationship with the EU after we’ve celebrated around the tree, a New Year means hitting another important date…
Especially where accountancy is concerned.
You may have already guessed what we’re referring to.
If it’s nearly Christmas, it means we’re approaching the deadline for submitting your Self-Assessment Tax Return for the 2019/20 tax year too.
As well as filing your return before the end of January, you also need to pay what you owe.
We know it’s a depressing thought, and it’s why we’re here to help.
Indeed, with there still being so much up in the air about lockdowns, restrictions and all the other stresses that we’ve come to expect where Covid-19 is concerned…
We anticipate December is going to be an even more stressful time that usual for a lot of people…
So, the last thing we think you should be worrying about is the self-assessment deadline looming soon after.
It’s why we’re bringing it up now…
And it’s why, more than ever, if you’re reading this and you’re worried about getting your self-assessment tax return completed in time…
We encourage you to get in touch with us.
Do it today if you like.
Take a weight off your mind
It might seem like the last thing you want on your mind right now, but in our experience, we know that the longer people leave it, the greater chance they have of missing the deadline altogether and being fined by HMRC.
No one wants that to happen, especially when we can make completing your self-assessment tax return a much simpler process than you probably realise.
Plus, with everything that’s happened as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, there are more initiatives and allowances than ever that we might be able to help you get access to as part of reviewing your accounts.
We’ve already set up our Client Resource Centre to help offer as much support as we can for free to as many businesses as possible, but when we’re able to work directly with you, we can often help in a much more hands-on way.
It means we can give you much more tailored advice too.
So, if you are worried about getting your accounts in order before the self-assessment deadline arrives in January…
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
We’re more than happy to have a quick call first to explain exactly how we can help and offer you some advice on the best way to get your accounts sorted.
As ever, you can contact us through the website here or call us directly on 01472 287387.
Like we said before, it’s been a tough year for a lot of businesses, and we know that dealing with your accounts is often the last thing you want to be doing at the best of times, let alone while you’re trying to figure out the best way to ride out a global pandemic.
So, let us take a weight off your shoulders this year and get your accounts in order so you’re well prepared come January 31st.