Learn how to file your UK Tax Return on your own, without the help of an accountant.
Created by Lisa Newton.
About this course
On this course, we are not looking at how to calculation tax or the bookkeeping for what are allowable and disallowable expenses - we are simply focusing on the process one goes through in order to submit a UK tax return.
It talks you through what is expected in a self-assessment filing. We look at how to log in, how to access and activate the 'self-assessment' service. Inputting the figures, viewing the calculation and submitting the return. This course will give you a good idea of what the inside of a tax return looks like. Basically, in a nutshell, it is simply an online questionnaire. In this course, we simply take those figures and look at how to slot them into the return, in order for it to give us our calculation of how much tax is due.
The main thing is that this course will give you an insight into the process of completing a UK tax return. No previous knowledge of accountancy or taxation is needed or presumed.
What are the requirements?
Students need to be familiar with the UK HMRC organisation
What am I going to get from this course?
File a UK (United Kingdom) self-assessment tax return
Understand the process of self-assessment
What is the target audience?
Accounting students and self-employed people who have the obligation to fill out a UK self-assessment tax return and want to understand the process better
This course is not for those who are looking at filing for American or Canadian etc., tax returns. We focus only on the British experience.
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