Got a tax-based problem? Get simple, one-off tax advice from an accredited accountant. £119, all in.
We can help. Check out the most popular situations we can provide tax advice on below, and let us make your tax-related troubles a thing of distant memory.
I live(d) abroad but earn money in the UK
I’ve not paid UK tax before
What do I need to declare from selling shares/property?
Do I owe capital gains or income tax?
Should I set up as a sole trader or Ltd company for my business?
What can I expense for my business?
When do I declare tax from selling/exchanging crypto?
Is my activity taxable?
What does it mean for tax?
I’m paying 60% tax – help
How does tax work with my joint property owner?
What expenses can I deduct?
Could I be more tax-efficient?
I’m selling an asset – how can I do it tax-efficiently?
I’m really behind on my tax returns
I got a letter from HMRC about owing money
I think I’ve gone over my annual allowance
Can I use it to reduce my tax-liability?
The more detail you provide, the more prepped your accountant will be for your call.
You’ll be paired with an accredited accountant. Choose a date and time for your 45-minute phone or video call.
Your accountant will send you a summary of everything you discussed and follow up with what to do next. Access it online, whenever you need it.
Got more questions? Ask away! Here are some FAQs related to our tax advice service, but if you have any other questions, get in touch with our UK-based support team on [email protected] or via the live chat.
Generally, we can help with anything related to your personal taxes in the UK. However there are a few topics that are too complex to be handled within our tax advice service:
Take a look at our free resources for extra support. We have over 200 guides, calculators, blogs and tools to help you navigate tax, so we may already have a guide to answer your questions.
An accountant helps you ensure that your existing activities are in-line with HMRC’s rules and regulations. They can help you make the most of available tax allowances and expenses then help you be as tax-efficient as possible.
A financial advisor, alternatively, will help you plan financial decisions for your future. They help you grow your business by leveraging trends and helping you strategise new opportunities for growth.
You get a 45 minute phone or video call with your accredited accountant. They’ll then provide you with a written summary of your call, plus any follow up actions which will be available in your TaxScouts online account.
We have a tax return service – an accredited accountant will sort and submit your tax return for you fast, online and for £149, all in. They can also answer any questions you have related to your tax return.
Need one-off tax help and to get your tax return filed? Well, you can get both services in one. (Woohoo!) You even get a discount for combining the two with our combo service: your tax return filed and access to the tax advice service for just £229.
Our accountants can give you advice on your tax situation, but they won’t do tax calculations for you on the call. We’d recommend giving our tax calculators a try if you’re looking for an estimate of your bill.
Otherwise, the best way to find out exactly what you’ll owe HMRC is to file your tax return! Don’t forget, you don’t have to pay your bill when you file. Filing just calculates what you owe based on your income and expenses.
Absolutely! You can drop in as many times as you need us. It’s £149 per consultation, so don’t hold back. We’ll pair you with the same accountant each time so they’ll have all the content they need on your tax situation.
When you pay for our tax return service, an accredited accountant will sort and submit your tax return, and you can ask them any questions you have related to your Self Assessment.
So, if you’ve already paid for us to file your tax return, you don’t also need to pay for tax advice if you have questions related to your tax return. Just use our drop in tax advice service if you’re having trouble with something else!
Whilst we’re an HMRC recognised provider, we’re not able to contact them on your behalf. We also can’t fill out any forms they’ve sent you. This will have to be done by you! We can, however, advise on what their letters may mean and the best next steps.
Not sure what number you need to contact them? Take a look at our guide where we list the most important numbers to contact HMRC based on your situation.
Not sure if tax advice is the service you need? Here are the three services we offer. Take a look at the table to see what you get with each.