How to find an accountant to do your tax return

By Pippa Thompson

If the thought of filling in your own tax return fills you with dread, you’re not alone. Many people find it complicated and time-consuming so it’s no wonder that almost 1 million people a year are fined for failing to return it to H M Revenue & Customs.

Many individuals will be wondering whether they should take on the dreaded self-assessment tax return form themselves or get a professional to do it for them.

There are high street accountants that will charge by the hour or you may consider one of the many low cost fixed fee services that are now becoming ever more popular.

However the main priority should you decide to seek professional help, is that the firm is qualified to deal with your tax affairs. Just because they say they are ‘professional’ or ‘tax experts’ that has very little meaning. Staff should be qualified in what they do and will be listed with professional bodies which require them to keep up to date with tax legislation.

TWD Accountants employ qualified staff and all undergo regular in-house training to keep them up to date with the ever changing tax laws. This is to ensure they offer the best possible service to you. Their 20 strong team of qualified accountants and ex HMRC staff offer a nationwide service.

By streamlining their communication and work-flow procedures and utilising state-of-the-art computer software, they’ve developed a highly efficient system, which means there is no need for face to face meetings. This helps maintain lower costs and avoid the need for the soaring hourly charges usually associated with traditional high street accountants.

Their fixed fee services include the Landlord Accounting service designed for residential landlords as well as the Tax & Accountancy service for the small sole trader.

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