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We will ensure that you claim as much VAT back as possible from your VAT return whilst ensuring you are paying as little as possible.

No time/stress from HMRC

We will submit your VAT return to HMRC for you and speak with HMRC for you on your behalf if you get a VAT inspection

Tailored to your business

We will advise you regarding which VAT scheme you should be on to ensure it fits the requirements of your business.

Why use us to do your VAT returns for you?

Because many businesses unintentionally over or underpay Value Added Tax (VAT) as a result of its complexity.

The rules and regulations for VAT are constantly being changed by HMRC and so as a result, you need an experienced professional accountant by your side to help you ensure you don’t get caught out. This gives you peace of mind that we are saving you time by doing your VAT returns correctly.

We can also advice businesses considering VAT registration whether it would be beneficial for them and provide assistance with the registration process. As part of this, we would explain the different VAT schemes and advise you which scheme we believe would work best with your business both in the short and long term. Once you become registered, we would then proceed to complete your VAT return every quarter.

Do not hesistate to contact us if you have any questions regarding your VAT return or are considering becoming VAt registered.

What can I expect?

As part of an efficient VAT returns service, you can expect the following from us:

  • Assistance with VAT registration
  • Advice on VAT planning and administration
  • Use of the most appropriate scheme
  • VAT control and reconciliation
  • Help with completing VAT returns
  • Negotiating with HMRC in disputes and representing you at VAT tribunals.

Our Online VAT Returns Process


Firstly, we check if there are any inaccuracies with your bookkeeping.


We will then go through these transactions and claim for all VAT you incurred while ensuring you pay as little as possible.


Once we are happy, we will then review your business circumstances to see if there are any recommendations that can be made.


We submit the VAT return to HMRC. We will also act on your behalf if you get a VAT inspection.

If in the previous 12 months your turnover has reached the VAT threshold amount of £85,000 (As of April 2013) or you expect your turnover to reach £85,000 in the next 30 days then it is mandatory that you must register for VAT.

If you are under the VAT threshold amount of £85,000 then you do not have to charge VAT on your goods and services. The threshold amount can change so make sure to check the HMRC website each year to ensure you are not over or under this amount.

VAT returns must be filed to HMRC on a quarterly basis, or an annual basis depending on your chosen VAT scheme (usually quarterly basis). The deadline for filing VAT returns is 1 month 7 days after the period end date. For example, if your VAT period ended on January 31st, you return would be due to HMRC no later than March 7th.

Yes, some businesses feel that having a VAT number adds a certain credibility and prestige to their company, so they voluntarily register for VAT. However, if you want some advice regarding whether it would be beneficial for you , then please don’t hesitate to contact us.


Do you have any questions about your tax return?


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Brotherswood Court,
Almondsbury Business Park,
BS32 4QW

Phone: 0117 440 6439
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