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Submitting VAT Returns to HMRC is something that a VAT Registered business must do on a regular basis. This can be either quarterly (the usual VAT Period), monthly or annually. No matter what your VAT Period the job of producing and submitting the VAT Return to HMRC should be a routine task for your company (in theory). As such Tax50 have developed working practices to make sure you have every chance of submitting your VAT Return to HMRC on time. Some of the procedures we have in place include:
Sending you a quarterly reminder when your VAT Return is due
Chasing you for paperwork each quarter when the VAT Return is due
Submitting the VAT Return on behalf of your company each quarter
Providing quarterly Accounting Solutions as part of our service
Helping you avoid Late Filing Penalties
Tax50 also offers you practical advice on how to manage your VAT affairs in the most efficient manner possible. This advice is tailored to suit your business and lifestyle requirements, helping you understand how to fit the management of VAT in to your life and the day to day impact of VAT on your business.
No matter what type of business you have or what business sector you operate in, Tax50 has the right VAT Solution for you. Tax50 will help you understand and focus on your core goals and the founding principles of your business while taking care of the VAT compliance for you.
Not every accountant is the same. Not every accountant will help you in the same way. If you need help with HMRC then look no further. Tax50 will make sure that you get the best advice.
Tax50 can help you with all aspects of taxation including Income Tax, VAT, Corporation Tax, PAYE (Pay As You Earn), C.I.S. (Construction Industry Scheme) and Capital Gains Tax. You need an accountant that has experience in dealing with all aspects of taxation and is capable of explaining your options in a manner that is easy to understand.
VAT Registration Threshold
Current Rate of VAT set by HMRC
VAT Deregistration Threshold
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