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Self Assessment software

Painful self assessment? Not anymore.

Take the stress out of your tax return.

Let Crunch handle your Self Assessment. No guesswork, no stress. Just our easy online system and support from friendly accountants.

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Crunch are simply amazing. I am very happy that I switched to Crunch a few months ago.  

Anton

I have been using Crunch Accounting since 2014. Every time I have needed something, no matter how obscure, they have been super helpful and efficient.

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I am grateful for the detail of support Crunch have given me over the years, and especially today. I cannot imagine using any other service.

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Do I need to submit a Self Assessment?

What is
Self Assessment?

Self Assessment is HMRC’s calculation of how much Income Tax and National Insurance you need to pay. It’s something you need to fill out and submit, before then paying the amount to the government.

People who are employed and pay tax through PAYE don’t need to complete Self Assessments for their main job - they’re usually for self-employed people or to pay tax on additional earnings (among others).

You can start the Self Assessment process for the previous tax year any time after 5th April. The final deadline to file is the following 31st January. If your only income is from your wages or from a pension, you don’t normally need to fill out a Self Assessment. 

You need to complete a Self Assessment if:

  • You’re self-employed and earn more than £1000
  • You own your own company or are a partner in a business. 
  • You earn money from renting out property.
  • You earn income from savings, investments or dividends (outside of tax-free ISA allowance).
  • You earn money from abroad. 

If in doubt, check the government website to see if you need to submit a tax return. Or, chat to one of our accountants.

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How is Self Assessment tax calculated?

What is
Self Assessment?

You pay tax and NI on your total income after any reasonable expenses. If you have a student loan, your Self Assessment will also include this repayment. 

We can calculate your Self Assessment for you with the answers to a few questions. Our expert team will run the numbers, choose all the correct tax brackets, and let you know how much tax you should be paying. Once you’re happy, we’ll submit the return for you.

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Self Assessment with Crunch

1.

Share basic information

Share a few basic details about your business transactions with us online. You can go at your own pace and come back to add additional info at any point.

2.

Our accountants work their magic

Our team will go through your business info and make sure everything looks right. If anything is missing or incorrect, we’ll let you know. And we’ll make sure to suggest ways to make your Self Assessment as tax-efficient as possible.

3.

Return with confidence

We’ll go through the return with you, showing how much tax you need to pay and answering any questions you have. When you’re happy, we’ll submit and you’re good to go for another year.

Self Assessment on your terms

Standalone Self Assessment

Anyone can submit a tax return with Crunch. If you’re not already with us or if you’re on our free plan, you can pay a one off fee to take Self Assessment off your hands.

For £95 + VAT, our qualified team of accountants will handle your tax return..

Get your Self Assessment
Pay a one off fee of just £95 plus VAT

Ongoing accounting support

For those looking for year-round support, check out our plans for sole traders and limited companies. All paid plans include Self Assessment.

Check out our plans

Last-minute help

Need your Self Assessment done pronto? Deadline looming? We can help file your tax return in three working days.

Express Self Assessment

Legal support for the self-employed

LawBite in partnership with Crunch is making business law smarter

Is your business striving to grow, but facing lots of headwinds from Covid and Brexit? Or, perhaps you need to adapt to new ways of trading as the market economy changes. In these times, high-quality legal advice can make the difference between success and failure.

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Common legal issues businesses face include;

  • Contract and agreement obligations 
  • Employing people as contractors or from the EU 
  • Protecting IP and dealing with infringements 
  • Commercial property leases and documentation 
  • Complying with data privacy & GDPR 
  • Internal and external disputes that are causing concern 
  • Smooth fundraising and shareholder management

These and many others are regular legal issues that SMEs face. In fact, research shows that the average firm faces 8 such commercial and corporate issues each year.

Book a consultation

The LawBite difference

The LawBite platform was designed from the ground up with SMEs in mind. Ensuring they could get expert legal advice, but faster and much cheaper. 

Using the latest online tools and advanced data science, our secure platform and app help to remove the complexity and uncertainty when engaging with a lawyer.

Easier to access - quickly speak to a friendly lawyer through our virtual legal platform

Clearer to understand - helpful tools and features simplify the legal process

More affordable - we are 50% of the cost of comparable law firms

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How LawBite works

Crunch customers can now book a free no obligations 15-minute call with a LawBite lawyer and get a quote on all new legal cases.

Book a free 15 minute consultation

Free legal advice for Crunch customers

What if businesses could get legal help and support, but it came at no cost? Sounds too good to be true, but that is exactly what LawBite has developed. 

Essentials is a plan that is full of great legal help and support - but is free, forever!

How can LawBite do this?

Simply put, we leverage the efficiencies in our virtual legal platform to make this work, without having to make you pay a thing. 

With our free Essentials subscription plan Crunch customers can get; 

● Free 15 minute consultations with a lawyer

● £10 per hour discount off legal advice 

● X3 free business legal templates 

● Free legal health check tools 

● Webinars, blogs, hints & tips 

● Partner discounts

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Not sure what you need?

Crunch and LawBite want to make sure you get the right legal support and advice, on your terms. By scheduling a free consultation with their friendly team, you'll be able to find what's best for you with the assurance of an expert lawyer in your corner.

Schedule a consultation with LawBite

More ways Crunch can help

Legal support for the self-employed

LawBite in partnership with Crunch is making business law smarter

Is your business striving to grow, but facing lots of headwinds from Covid and Brexit? Or, perhaps you need to adapt to new ways of trading as the market economy changes. In these times, high-quality legal advice can make the difference between success and failure.

Lawbite Logo

Common legal issues businesses face include;

  • Contract and agreement obligations 
  • Employing people as contractors or from the EU 
  • Protecting IP and dealing with infringements 
  • Commercial property leases and documentation 
  • Complying with data privacy & GDPR 
  • Internal and external disputes that are causing concern 
  • Smooth fundraising and shareholder management

These and many others are regular legal issues that SMEs face. In fact, research shows that the average firm faces 8 such commercial and corporate issues each year.

Book a consultation

The LawBite difference

The LawBite platform was designed from the ground up with SMEs in mind. Ensuring they could get expert legal advice, but faster and much cheaper. 

Using the latest online tools and advanced data science, our secure platform and app help to remove the complexity and uncertainty when engaging with a lawyer.

Easier to access - quickly speak to a friendly lawyer through our virtual legal platform

Clearer to understand - helpful tools and features simplify the legal process

More affordable - we are 50% of the cost of comparable law firms

How LawBite works

Crunch customers can now book a free no obligations 15-minute call with a LawBite lawyer and get a quote on all new legal cases.

Book a free 15 minute consultation

Free legal advice for Crunch customers

What if businesses could get legal help and support, but it came at no cost? Sounds too good to be true, but that is exactly what LawBite has developed. 

Essentials is a plan that is full of great legal help and support - but is free, forever!

How can LawBite do this?

Simply put, we leverage the efficiencies in our virtual legal platform to make this work, without having to make you pay a thing. 

With our free Essentials subscription plan Crunch customers can get; 

● Free 15 minute consultations with a lawyer

● £10 per hour discount off legal advice 

● X3 free business legal templates 

● Free legal health check tools 

● Webinars, blogs, hints & tips 

● Partner discounts

Sign upto essentials
Image if a couple looking dissatisfied speaking to a bank manager

Not sure what you need?

Crunch and LawBite want to make sure you get the right legal support and advice, on your terms. By scheduling a free consultation with their friendly team, you'll be able to find what's best for you with the assurance of an expert lawyer in your corner.

Schedule a consultation with LawBite

More ways Crunch can help