We would like to reassure our clients that we remain open for everything but face to face appointments. We will still be able to complete your accounts & tax returns, take your calls on our usual number (02392257102 or 07564256554) and reply to emails.
We’re aware the new tax year is about to arrive and we remain confident we can complete your returns and accounts and file for any rebates as normal.
We won’t be available at the office as we are working remotely to protect ourselves, our clients and the public in general from the spread of the virus. As such please don’t post anything in to us. Any correspondence can be emailed over to us or discussed on the phone.
Thank you for your understanding.
We appreciate that this is a worrying time for a lot of people, so please see more about what help there is for business and the self employed here:
Self employed people may also be able to claim Universal Credit, please phone the government helpline on 0800 328 5644.
Update: As of 26th March the Chancellor has announced a self employment help scheme, which is a taxable grant of 80% of average earnings over the past 3 years up to £2,500 per month for self employed workers with a taxable profit of under £50,000 who derive the majority of their income from self employment. To qualify you must have filed a 2018/19 tax return, if you haven’t yet filed your 18/19 account the Chancellor has opened a special 4 week window to now file that tax return. HMRC will contact self employed workers directly to let them know what you’re due.
For VAT registered clients you can defer your payment until June, but you need to cancel your direct debit if you have one or HMRC will still take the money.
This page will be updated with all relevant information as it becomes available.
Thank you and all the best,
The Quick Accountancy Team.
Any queries? Please do contact us.