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Business adviser warns of impending self assessment deadline

Specialist business advisers Grant Thornton is warning the deadline for taxpayers wanting the Inland Revenue to calculate their tax bill is fast approaching.


The company says these self assessment forms must be in by September 30 at the latest.


Grant Thornton tax partner Ian Johnson says: &#34For many people getting the form back to the Revenue by September 30 will take a weight off their shoulders because the tax office will calculate the bill.&#34


But he warns taxpayer to double check the calculation by the Revenue as they have been known to make mistakes despite being in the third year of self assessment.


Specialist business advisers Grant Thornton is warning the deadline for taxpayers wanting the Inland Revenue to calculate their tax bill is fast approaching.


The company says these self assessment forms must be in by September 30 at the latest.


Grant Thornton tax partner Ian Johnson says: &#34For many people getting the form back to the Revenue by September 30 will take a weight off their shoulders because the tax office will calculate the bill.&#34


But he warns taxpayer to double check the calculation by the Revenue as they have been known to make mistakes despite being in the third year of self assessment.

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