We would normally be sending out letters and forms to our clients at this time of year to start collating their Self Assessment Tax Return information for the year ended 5 April 2021 but this year has been nothing, if not different.

Many people may have been on furlough throughout the year, which has impacted on their earnings and benefits, others may have lost their jobs in retail or affected trades, some may have received grants and loans to support their trades in lockdown.

Whatever your position, we have tried to compile a list of things to think about when collating your self assessment tax return information this year.

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Lambert Chapman Chartered Accountants

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