Tag Archives: Tax Return

Incorrectly claimed SEISS

HMRC Enquiry

As the 2021 Tax Return gears up, HM Revenue & Customs has confirmed that it will issue harsh penalties to tax payers who have incorrectly claimed SEISS, and subsequently not taken advantage of opportunities to voluntarily repay the excess amounts. The rules state that overpayments must be notified to HMRC […]

Letter from the Tax Office?

Letter from HMRC

We have been advised that HMRC is sending computer generated letters to taxpayers when the submitted 2019 personal tax return contains information that differs from the information held by HMRC.   HMRC uses data from many sources to cross check information reported on self- assessment tax returns. It could open […]

Has Covid-19 affected my UK tax residency?

non resident tax

The rules regarding UK residency and UK tax position are not straightforward and we recommend that this is carefully reviewed to ensure your peace of mind. As well as the usual regulations, HM Revenue & Customs’ rules include a 60 day “exceptional circumstance” get out clause. However, this may not […]

Personal tax return – information you accountant needs

tax return

Robson Laidler’s annual request for tax return information has now been sent to all our personal tax clients. As ever, our Tax Team requests that you please let us have this information as soon as possible.   Tax Manager Lorraine Harnby advises: “The sooner we receive the information, then the sooner […]

Robson Laidler Launches R&D Advisory Service

R&D tax credits

ROBSON Laidler has launched a service that has already saved our clients almost £395,000 by realising and reclaiming Research and Development (R&D) tax credits available to them from HMRC. We have established the new R&D tax credits offering to complement our accounting, business advisory and wealth management services, to help […]

Did you forget to file your tax return?

Newcastle based accountants Robson Laidler are warning people who filed their tax returns late to be prepared for fines and to deal with them quickly before they become a bigger issue. The latest figures from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) showed that more than 890,000 failed to return their self-assessment […]