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Personal Tax

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Tax returns are usually of two distinct types:

Shorter tax return: for simple tax affairs eg self-employed with turnover less than £64,000, expenses less than £30,000. May include employee and pensioners.
Full tax return: with more pages and sections for more detailed tax affairs

How can Ossman Consultants Limitedassist with your Self Assessment returns?

First, why do you need an accountant to support you?

The answer is simple:

  • Peace of Mind is better than stress, worry and confusion
  • The tax system is complex and subject to constant changes in legislation
  • Taxpayers have a responsibility to complete the return accurately and on time
  • Support from qualified tax consultant means avoiding penalty charges
  • Your time is for your business and earning potential, not complicated figure work
  • The right advice can help you plan, forecast, modernise...and Stay on Top

Secondly, the future is in your hands. Ossman Consultants Limited just brings it closer to you.

From the outset, you have detail of the value we give for your money. Click on our fees and we will ask you for your contact details. You will then be able to access a comprehensive list of our relevant fees and more in depth information.
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At every stage, you will find us approachable and easygoing. With over 20 years’ experience, we are focused, corporate and jargon free.

Why not give us a call? Speak to one of our team for a simple discussion of your needs or to find out more about our company and how we operate.

If you prefer, e-mail us with your queries and we will respond or give you a call back, whichever you prefer.

 

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