Self assessment Accountant
Tax returns made easy

  • From from as little as £100
  • Chartered Accountant
  • No hidden costs

How our self assessments work

Getting to know you

Chat to us about your situation during our free consultation. This gives us an idea of what you and your company does and what is required for your self assessment.

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Piecing it together

Send us your documents that enable us to verify your income. This could be P60’s from paid employment, sole-trader income and receipts and any other income you have for the year.

All done

Leave us to do the rest. We’ll compile your income and calculate the tax due. We review everything with you and when you’re happy, we will submit everything to HMRC.

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How much will my self assessment cost?

We have fixed monthly packages or one off fees available with no hidden costs.

Prices start from just £100

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Do I need one?

Who needs to do a self assessment?

Usually anyone who earns income from somewhere other than paid employment – i.e. PAYE. This could be income from dividends, self-employment, property income and anything else.

What´s included?

Dedicated Chartered Management Accountant

In-depth review of your business and eligibility for tax reliefs

Detailed tax calculations and advice for the coming year

All documents required for loans or mortgage applications

Filing with HMRC

We know you’re busy

Get ahead of your self assessment headache

Everything sorted before the deadline? Sounds good to us.

Individuals and partnerships

Personal approach

We know that every person’s circumstances are different, so we won’t treat you as a number.

Whether you have one or multiple streams of income, we will go through everything with you to ensure that you are declaring everything that you need to, whilst paying as little tax as possible.

Comes as standard

Included in most packages

If you have taken out any of our bookkeeping packages, then a self assessment is included.

We’re not interested in charging for unnecessary things, that’s not how we like to do business.

As we’ll be advising you on much of your tax affairs anyway, we already have much of the information we need.

Peace of mind

Don’t pay more than you need to

Our prices are low and will stay that way. From £100, you can expect a top level of service and dedicated support to help answer any questions or niggling doubts you may have.

We will complete your self assessment from start to finish and you won’t be hit with unexpected costs.

Ongoing service

Help where you need it

Although it is possible to file your own self-assessment, it can be daunting and you may not know where to start.

We will act as your intermediary with HMRC and gather all of your documents and complete and file your self assessment.

Why choose Jacksons Accountants for self assessment

Quality self assessment

We pride ourselves on giving you a personal, well-rounded service that works around you on.

We strive to exceed expectations and as s we get to know more about your business, we will be well placed to advise you, giving you and your business the best chance to succeed.

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Custom tax advice

By having an accountant file your self-assessment, you can be assured that we are lowering your tax burden as much as possible.

We can provide insight into tax consequences and ensure that you are making informed decisions.

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HMRC Registration

We can deal with HMRC on your behalf from start to finish and even register you for self-assessment if it is your first time. We offer the peace of mind you need and answer any queries they have.

This is because we believe in providing a service that adds value rather than just crunching numbers.

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“Really friendly knowledgeable guy and good price made my tax returns as painfree as possible. Cheers”
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Frequently
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Check out some of our frequently asked questions

A self assessment tax return is a declaration made to HMRC to tell them how much income you have made in the previous tax year.

You have until the 31st January the following year to complete a self assessment.

It captures all your income and capital gains, including employment income, pension income, self employed income, dividend income and interest income.

Because of taxes. If you are in regular employment, you will usually be taxed at source. However, if you have any other income, you will have earned an income that has not been taxed.

HMRC needs to know how much you have earned so that they know how much tax you need to pay.

We provide an end-to-end service, for a fixed, low monthly fee, including bookkeeping, self assessments, corporation tax submissions, Companies House submissions, HMRC registration, PAYE, VAT, CIS etc.

We can help you with funding applications and provide evidence to lenders if you require a mortgage or any personal finance.

On top of bookkeeping, we can help to simplify your internal processes, build tailored Excel files to streamline your reporting needs, assist you in accessing finance for your company and much more.

You will need proof of any income you have so that we can complete your self-assessment.

Employment income is usually documented by a P60 or a P45. Other income needs validating from records that you have kept, for example, rental income will be seen on your bank statements.

You should keep proof of any expenses incurred through your self-employed business, such as receipts or invoices.