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Ding dong merrily on file

untied had predicted 3,000 tax returns filed on Christmas Day. And HMRC have confirmed the number is 2,828. 

untied's countdown to the tax return deadline 2020/21

untied has modelled how many people will be filing their self-assessment tax return each day. This is based on HMRC and untied data. Take a look at our full video to see how activity really gets going in January, with 50% of people yet to...

Merry Christmas from untied

Seasonal wishes from the untied team.

Are you a Christmas day tax filer?

If you’re one of the millions of people that hasn’t yet filed their tax return for 20/21, are you thinking about doing it over the festive period?

File in December to pay your tax bill through your PAYE tax code

Are you earning through PAYE and have additional tax to pay under £3,000? Then you might be able to pay your tax bill through an adjustment to your tax code, as long as you file your tax return by 30 December.

A comprehensive guide to doing taxes as an Airbnb host

Whether you're a full-time Airbnb host or just renting a room to make some extra money on the side, your Airbnb income is taxable in the UK. You're in the right place to find out all you need to know about taxes, and the specific tax...

The complete tax guide to selling on Etsy

If you're a (UK-based) Etsy seller, or a creator making some extra money on the side, your Etsy income is taxable in the UK, but there are ways to reduce the tax bill. You're in the right place to find out what you need to know about...

It’s Small Business Saturday!

Happy Small Business Saturday from untied!  To celebrate this particular day, we’d like to you to meet one of our users, Natalia Gonzáles, who runs her own photography and digital marketing business. 

Everything you need to know about submitting a tax return (and were afraid to ask…)

The deadline for submitting your online self-assessment tax return is fast approaching. If you’ve never filed a tax return before, here’s what you need to know.