Hunt Smee & Co.
The Smart Accountants
Chartered Certified Accountants Based in Basildon, Essex
At Hunt Smee & Co, we provide a full range of professional accountancy services for a wide variety of individuals and small businesses.
We provide a large number of financial services ranging from business advice and development to taxation.
Whether it is business plans and forecasts, traditional tax and accounting services, your personal self-assessment return or limited company incorporation, you can be sure our accountants will approach the task with the precision and dedication you would expect from an established and highly trusted firm.
HMRC Latest News
- Making Tax Digital for VAT is coming – are you ready?
HMRC urges VAT-registered businesses to sign up for Making Tax Digital for VAT before 1 April 2022.
- Governments sets out steps to modernise and simplify UK tax system
UK Government sets out further plans to continue building a modern, simple and effective tax system, as part of Tax Administration and Maintenance Day.
- Office of Tax Simplification advertises new vacancies
The OTS is looking for tax professionals to join its team.
Business Tax News
- Guidance: Excise Movement and Control System: service availability and issues
Check the availability and any issues affecting the Excise Movement and Control System (EMCS) online service.
- Guidance: Construction Industry Scheme: CIS 340
Use this guidance and the examples included to help you if you are a contractor or sub-contractor within the Construction Industry Scheme.
- National Insurance Manual
Guidance on the law relating to National Insurance contributions including classification, refund and confirming National Insurance Numbers (NINO)
Personal Tax News
- HMRC gives Self Assessment taxpayers more time to ease COVID-19 pressures
Late filing and late payment penalties are to be waived for one month for Self Assessment taxpayers.
- 2,828 ’elf Assessments filed on Christmas Day
More than 31,000 Self Assessment customers submitted their tax return for the 2020 to 2021 tax year over the festive period.
- Don’t forget to declare COVID-19 grants on your tax return
Customers who received COVID-19 grant payments during the 2020 to 2021 tax year should declare them in their tax return.