JWD Accounting and Tax Services
JWD Accounting and Tax Services

Sole Traders

As a sole trader you will be required to register as self employed with HMRC and file a self assessment tax return every year. In order to complete your self assessment tax return accurately, you will have to keep a record of all of your income and expenditure during the year. Depending on your business, you may also have other obligations as a sole trader such as registering as an employer or registering for VAT.

 

If you are a sole trader or are planning on becoming self employed, we can advise you on all aspects and ensure that you meet all of your obligations with HMRC.

 

We offer the following services to sole traders:

 

- Registration as self employed with HMRC

 

- VAT registration and VAT return filing (See our VAT page for more information)

 

- Registration as an employer (See our Payroll page for more information)

 

- Bookkeeping

 

- Monthly or quarterly management accounts

 

- Annual sole trader accounts

 

- Preparation and submission of annual self assessment tax return

 

- Tax and accounting advice

 

- All correspondence with HMRC on your behalf

 

See our FAQs page for information on self assessment filing deadlines and penalties

Contact us

If you would like to discuss any of our services or to arrange a free initial consultation, please contact us:

 

Telephone:

0131 346 7214

 

Mobile:

07738 929083

 

Email:

info@jwdaccounting

.co.uk

 

Address:

14/2 Hermand Terrace

Edinburgh

EH11 1QZ

 

Alternatively, please use our contact form.

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Capital Gains Manual (Thu, 12 Dec 2019)
This manual is to help people compute chargeable gains (and allowable losses) for both capital gains tax and corporation tax purposes or check computations. It supplements the basic guidance in the tax return and Help Sheets. It is written primarily for HMRC staff but it will also assist customers and their professional advisers. Customers filling in tax returns may not need to use the Capital Gains Manual at all. You can get basic information on how to compute chargeable gains (and allowable losses) from the Capital Gains pages of the tax return and the related Help Sheets. The "Published Date" at the top of a page is the date when the page was loaded onto the website. The content of a page in this manual will be older than the published date.
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