There are several different methods of submitting your self-assessment tax return. The easiest and quickest is to file it online. Once you’ve gotten the form and filled it out, you can pay for it via bank transfer, Direct Debit or cheque. Once you’ve filed the form, you can check it for accuracy by reviewing Form 26AS, the statement maintained by the Income Tax Department each financial year. This form shows you the amount of tax credits you’re entitled to against your PAN. When you have finished, you can submit it online or send it to HMRC. Click here
Special Section Based On Additional Income
Before you can file your first Self-assessment tax return, you must register with HMRC. It can take up to 20 working days to complete the registration process, so give yourself plenty of time to complete it. Once you’re registered, HMRC will send you your Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR). You can then fill out your Self-assessment tax return and send it in by post or via email. Online filing allows you to save drafts and make adjustments as needed.
To simplify the process, you should read the Self-assessment tax return form carefully and gather all the information you need. If you don’t know exactly what to include on the form, use a tax calculator. Tax calculators will work out your estimated tax based on your income tax band. Some people get tax deductions automatically through their wages or pensions. Others have to fill in a special section based on additional income.