A couple of tips to help you complete your 2020/2021 Income Tax Return
As we settle into our first few days of lockdown, we can take a moment to look over what has been quite an interesting year. With everything that is going on, it will be easy to forget the 1 July also means tax time.
Between working from home and government stimlus this year’s return throws up a few things to keep an eye on.
To assist you, we have a checklist to help you get your documents in order. Also, there a couple of tips that may help you too.
As always, if you have any questions in relation to your own financial situation – please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange a no-obligation meeting with Louella Jorge at Discovery Wealth Advisers.
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