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Self Assessment Tax Return Accountants

Self Assessment Tax Return Accountants

Your Self-Assessment Tax Return Accountants in the UK

My Tax Accountant (MTA) stands as a beacon of excellence in the field of self-assessment tax return services in the UK. Offering an unmatched blend of expertise, accuracy, and personalized service, MTA has carved out a reputation as the premier choice for those seeking professional assistance with their tax returns. What sets MTA apart is their deep and comprehensive understanding of the UK tax system. With a team of seasoned tax specialists who keep their fingers on the pulse of legislative changes, MTA is in the vanguard of knowledge. They provide reliable advice and create efficient tax strategies that keep clients compliant, while ensuring they benefit from any applicable allowances and deductions. They demystify the complexities of tax returns, making the process a breeze rather than a burden.


Uncompromising on accuracy, MTA shows impeccable attention to detail. Their rigorous checks and validations significantly reduce the chances of errors that could potentially trigger an HMRC investigation. By meticulously collating and reviewing all necessary documentation, MTA provides their clients with peace of mind, knowing their tax affairs are in capable hands. MTA also excels in its personalized approach. Recognizing that every individual and business has unique circumstances and needs, they adopt a tailored strategy for each client. They go beyond merely filling out forms, taking the time to understand their client’s financial situation, lifestyle, and goals. This in-depth knowledge allows them to offer proactive advice and optimize the client’s tax position.


Another notable aspect of MTA is their transparent fee structure. Clients are informed upfront about the costs involved, ensuring no hidden charges or unexpected surprises down the line. MTA’s competitive pricing, along with their exemplary service, delivers exceptional value for money. Lastly, their commitment to customer service shines through at every interaction. MTA cultivates a warm, accessible environment where clients feel comfortable asking questions and raising concerns. Their prompt, courteous responses highlight their dedication to client satisfaction. The unbeatable combination of in-depth expertise, meticulous attention to detail, personalized service, transparent pricing, and stellar customer service makes My Tax Accountant the best choice for self-assessment tax return accountants in the UK. Trusting MTA with your tax return needs translates into less stress, more time, and potentially significant financial savings. Their unwavering commitment to serving their clients’ best interests has earned them the top spot in the UK tax accounting industry.


The Most Common Types of Self-Assessment Tax Returns

Individual Self-Assessment Tax Return by Self Assessment Tax Return Accountants

Individual Self-Assessment Tax Return

This is the most common type of tax return. It's used by individuals to report their income from various sources, including self-employment, rental property, foreign income, capital gains, and other taxable income not covered under PAYE (Pay As You Earn) scheme. It also includes claims for tax allowances and reliefs.

Partnership Self-Assessment Tax Return by Self Assessment Tax Return Accountants

Partnership Self-Assessment Tax Return

This is required when you're part of a business partnership. Each partner needs to file an individual tax return, and the nominated partner must also submit a partnership return. The partnership return provides an overview of the income generated and expenses incurred by the partnership.


Trust and Estate Self-Assessment Tax Return by Self Assessment Tax Return Accountants

Trust and Estate Self-Assessment Tax Return

This is required for the administration of trusts and estates. The trustee or personal representative is responsible for filing this return, detailing income received and any relevant expenses or allowances. The form covers income from both UK and overseas sources.


Why us for Self-Assessment

  1. In-depth Expertise: MTA’s vast knowledge of UK tax legislation ensures you are always compliant and efficient with your tax return.

  2. Personalized Service: MTA provides tailored strategies that consider your unique financial situation, not a one-size-fits-all approach.

  3. Accurate Calculations: Their meticulous attention to detail eliminates errors, minimizing the risk of an HMRC investigation.

  4. Transparent Pricing: With MTA, there are no hidden costs – they clearly communicate their competitive fees upfront.

  5. Proactive Advice: MTA provides timely suggestions and tax planning strategies to optimize your tax position.

  6. Stellar Customer Service: MTA is dedicated to client satisfaction, ensuring all your questions are promptly and thoroughly answered.

  7. Reliable Support: Their unwavering support during the entire tax return process keeps stress at bay.

  8. Online Services: MTA’s digital platform simplifies tax returns, allowing you to submit your details and track your return’s progress from anywhere, at any time.

  9. Security: Your personal data is in safe hands with MTA's stringent security measures and confidentiality policies.

  10. Time Savings: Leave the time-consuming and complex task of tax returns to MTA, freeing up your time for more important tasks.



  • Q. What is a self-assessment tax return?

  • A. A self-assessment tax return is a method used by HMRC (Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs) to collect tax. Individuals declare their annual income, benefits, and allowances on their self-assessment tax return form.

  • Q. Who needs to file a self-assessment tax return?

  • A. Generally, self-employed individuals, business partners, and individuals with other sources of income such as rental property, investments, or overseas income need to file a self-assessment tax return.

  • Q. When is the deadline for filing my self-assessment tax return?

  • A. For paper returns, it’s October 31st following the end of the tax year. For online returns, the deadline is January 31st of the following year.

  • Q. What happens if I file my self-assessment tax return late?

  • A. If you miss the deadline, you’ll likely have to pay a penalty starting at £100. Further penalties apply for continued delays.

  • Q. Can I correct my self-assessment tax return after submitting it?

  • A. Yes, you have 12 months from the deadline to amend your return if you realize you've made a mistake.

  • Q. What records do I need to keep for my self-assessment tax return?

  • A. You should keep a record of income and expenses related to your self-employment, any selling of assets (for Capital Gains Tax), rental income, dividends, and foreign income, among other things.

  • Q. How does the payment process work for self-assessment tax?

  • A. You can pay your self-assessment tax bill through various methods, including direct debit, online or telephone banking, or at your bank or building society.

  • Q. What is a UTR number and why do I need it?

  • A. A UTR (Unique Taxpayer Reference) number is a 10-digit number unique to you that's needed to file your self-assessment tax return. It’s used by HMRC to identify you for all things related to your tax obligations.

  • Q. What happens if I can’t pay my self-assessment tax bill?

  • A. If you’re unable to pay, you should contact HMRC as soon as possible. You may be eligible for a payment plan or other arrangements.

  • Q. Can I get help with completing my self-assessment tax return?

  • A. Yes, many people opt to use professional tax accountants, like My Tax Accountant (MTA), to ensure their tax return is accurate and efficient, thereby reducing the potential for errors or missed allowances.

  • Q. What services does My Tax Accountant (MTA) offer in relation to self-assessment tax returns?

  • A. MTA offers a comprehensive range of services for self-assessment tax returns. This includes evaluating your unique tax situation, completing and filing your tax return, calculating your tax liability or refund, providing proactive tax-saving advice, and handling any communication with HMRC. Their services also extend to more complex scenarios like foreign income, capital gains, rental income, and self-employment income.

  • Q. How does the online service of My Tax Accountant (MTA) work?

  • A. MTA's online service makes the self-assessment tax return process easier and more convenient. Once you sign up, you'll gain access to a user-friendly digital platform where you can submit all necessary information and documents. MTA's specialists will then complete your tax return, and you can review it online before it is submitted to HMRC. The platform also allows you to track the status of your return and communicate with MTA's team if you have any queries or need further assistance. This digital service means you can handle your tax matters from anywhere, at any time.

  • Q. Is the information I share with My Tax Accountant (MTA) kept confidential?

  • A. Absolutely. MTA respects the privacy of its clients and adheres to strict confidentiality policies. All information shared is used solely for the purpose of preparing your tax return and is not shared with any third parties without your explicit consent.

  • Q. What are the fees for the self-assessment tax return service provided by MTA?

  • A. MTA operates on a transparent pricing model, and the fees will depend on the complexity of your tax situation. It's recommended to get in touch with MTA directly for a consultation, after which they will provide a detailed quote tailored to your individual needs.

  • Q. What if I have already received a penalty from HMRC for late filing, can MTA still help?

  • A. Yes, MTA can assist you even if you've received a penalty notice. They can help you understand why the penalty was issued, liaise with HMRC on your behalf to appeal the penalty if there are legitimate grounds, and ensure your tax affairs are brought up to date to avoid future penalties.

1: Initial Consultation

The process begins with an initial consultation, where a member of our team at "My Tax Accountant" will discuss your specific tax situation. We'll answer any questions you may have and provide a comprehensive overview of our services.

5: Submission

Once approved, "My Tax Accountant" will submit your Self Assessment Tax Return to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) on your behalf. We'll confirm submission and let you know when you can expect a response from HMRC.

2: Gathering Info

Next, we'll ask for all relevant information needed to complete your Self Assessment Tax Return. This includes personal details, income sources, tax-deductible expenses, and any other relevant financial data. Our team will guide you through this process.

6: Ongoing Support

After submission, our engagement doesn't end. We'll inform you of any responses or requests from HMRC, help you understand your tax situation, and offer advice for the following tax year. Our goal is to make your tax return process seamless, efficient, and worry-free, year after year.

3: Assessment

Our team of expert accountants will thoroughly assess your financial information to accurately calculate your tax liability or refund. We take care to identify all allowances and reliefs you are entitled to, ensuring maximum tax efficiency.

4: Review & Approval

Before submission, we will present the completed tax return for your review. This ensures that you understand the calculation and can approve the final figures. Any queries or discrepancies will be addressed promptly.

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What Our Clients Say

Alexa Young, Bournemouth 

“Effortless and precise, My Tax Accountants simplified my Self Assessment Tax Return. Exceptional UK service for peace of mind!."
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