Common mistakes in self-assessment returns

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We at DSR Tax Refunds know how difficult and complicated it can be when you are filling in your self-assessment tax returns. While it is especially tricky for first-timers, even seasoned tax-returners can find themselves making mistakes which can cost them. Luckily, our team of experts are here to help you out by pointing out some of the more common mistakes that people make when filling in their tax returns and how you can avoid them. You could also check our handy online calculator to see if you could be eligible for a tax refund or call our friendly team on 0330 122 9972 and let us get your maximum refund fast.
Common self-assessment mistakes
Here are a few of the mistakes that our experts at DSR Tax Refunds see on a regular basis. Of course, our tax preparation specialists can take the strain out of your taxes with our self-assessment service so call us on 0330 122 9972.
Mistakes include:

What if you make a mistake?
As soon as you realise you have made an effort, you need to make steps to resolve it. You should have 12 months after the filing deadline to make any corrections and if you have missed that deadline, still make sure you let HMRC know. Of course, if you are a DSR Tax Refunds client then you don’t need to worry about this as we deal with HMRC on your behalf so we can sort it out for you – call us on 0330 122 9972 and let our experts work for you.

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