Our Online On Time service takes the hassle out of submitting your various HMRC and Companies House returns. Filing online is fast, secure and convenient. As well as avoiding postal delays, you have the peace of mind of an instant electronic submission receipt.

Over the next few years, HMRC are changing the way you have to manage and pay a number of taxes. For the following taxes, online filing will become compulsory:

  • end-of-year and in-year PAYE forms for employers
  • VAT
  • Corporation Tax

If you pay Income Tax under Self Assessment, it's a good idea to file online if you can. The deadline for paper returns is 31 October but the online filing deadline is 31 January. That gives you an extra three months to file your personal tax return.

HMRC and Companies House are working together to provide a joint return filing facility. Companies that need to file a Company Tax Return (CT600) must file their returns and accounts using eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL). 

At Best Bookkeeping we are able to react quickly to the changes in HMRC and Companies House filing requirements. We ensure that we have the necessary systems in place so that you don’t have to.

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