The tax return deadline is on 31 January, meaning that you have less than a month to finalise your tax affairs for the year ended 5 April 2019. It also means you have just a few days to settle your tax payment.
If you’re still recovering from submitting your tax return for the previous financial year and are dreading the prospect of starting the process again for 2017/18, you are not alone. It may therefore be even further down your priority list to start planning for the current tax year, 2018/19. To make the most of all your tax benefits though, it really is essential to start now.
We are now in the new 2018/19 tax year and a number of changes have been made to tax thresholds and rules which affect contractors, freelancers and small business owners. It is important to keep up with changes in order to manage your finances and remain tax efficient. To help, we’ve put together a quick guide to some of the changes for this financial year.