As tax return “silly season” comes to an end and work pressure lightens its now time to re-focus on other things away from the office! I took on the task of trying to complete the three World Marathon Majors that I hadn’t yet completed (New York, Tokyo and London) to try to raise funds for The Childrens Adventure Farm …
From a Kent Financial Services firm – “Our business doesn’t really do much”
“I’ve been cruising round the world in my yacht and only picking up post when I’m on dry land”
From a working tax driver – “My bad back means I can’t go upstairs. That’s where my tax return is
“I’ve been far too busy touring the country with my one man play” – Coventry writer
“My wife wont give me my mail” – self employed trader.
“After seeing a volcano erupt on the news, I couldn’t concentrate on anything else” from a London Woman.
From a Midlands Farmer “I had a rrun-inwith a cow”.
Now that we have returned from the Christmas break we turn our minds to what we call “tax return silly season”, the month where we complete the vast bulk of our clients tax returns under great pressure from the filing deadline on 31st January. The fine for missing that deadline is only £100 which is probably why tax payers …