2020 Tax Returns.
We know many of you are keen to get your 2020 Tax Returns submitted as soon as possible, especially those of you on the CIS scheme and due a tax refund.
During these unusual times we need to consider how we receive and process your paperwork to ensure we are all doing our part to stay at home and slow the spread of the virus.
Currently, we are happy to accept paperwork by the following methods:
- Online. Please consider sending your paperwork by email or whatsapp if possible. Photos of invoices and receipts can be sent to email@example.com or 07384594766. This is ideal if you only have a small handful of CIS vouchers / receipts.
- Post. If you are out and about on an essential journey, you can drop your paperwork in at the office, through the letter box, or post it to us via royal mail. As the offices will be closed, these packages need to be the size of a large letter or smaller to go through the shutter / letterbox (just over A4 and about an inch deep – a standard A4 ringbinder won’t fit!).
If your paperwork is considerably bulkier, then please let us know, or wait until the current restrictions are relaxed and our offices are re-open.
Please make sure your paperwork includes your name, mobile number, email address and home address. We will look to post out your tax returns for review and signing as usual however, we may contact you by email or text to check specific details to speed up the process.
We will be prioritising those tax returns, where the client is due a refund.
We will be ‘quarantining’ paperwork received to reduce risk of infection.
If you have any questions please contact us – we do have a small number of the team working from home. Please bear with us if it takes a little longer than normal to respond to your queries.
Last updated 4pm, 14th April 2020.