Tax question

Sarah-Lou Registered Posts: 141 Dedicated contributor 🦉
Hi All

Probably should know this but am having a big brain fade moment!

I have a possible new client and was having a chat with them last night - their last trading year was fab had loads of profits and of course had large tax bill. This years trading isn't so good due to various reasons and of course they are going to have their POA based on their fab year. Does HMRC have anything in place to deal with this or is it a bit of tough luck? Their current accountant (who is retiring) said something could be done but I honestly don't know what!




  • Monsoon
    Monsoon Registered Posts: 4,071 Beyond epic contributor 🧙‍♂️
    Assuming sole trade/ partnership, you can claim to reduce payments on account. You can find how to do this in the self employed pages notes.

    You can reduce the payments on account to reflect the anticipated tax bill for this year. However, if you reduce them too much and they don't cover this years tax bill, they will pay interest on the difference.
  • Gem7321
    Gem7321 Registered Posts: 1,438 Beyond epic contributor 🧙‍♂️
    You can do it online or complete form SA303
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