untied, the UK’s personal tax app, has announced that its tried and tested self assessment app is being made available for free for the next three months to help people to do their tax returns and to meet any reporting requirements to HMRC to evidence their income in response to the Coronavirus emergency.

untied is there to make complex reporting secure and easy. Users can sign up today and prepare their data for as soon as HMRC are open for submission.

untied has been supporting efforts by the UK fintech community to lobby for support for the self employed.

Kevin Sefton of untied said “untied is already linked directly to HMRC and our submissions for the tax year 2019-20 have been tested by them. Self employed people don’t have regular income. untied works across all major banks and is uniquely placed to automate self assessment returns to help them meet their obligations to HMRC.”

untied has already given advice for those who still need to do their tax return for 2018/19, or have found errors with it.
Coronavirus emergency support: thousands of self employed people risk losing out unless their tax returns for 2018/19 are filed and correct

Existing users will have an additional three months three credit applied to their accounts.

About untied

untied is the UK’s personal tax app supporting the 12 million people in the UK who submit a personal tax return including 6 million self employed. untied is available on Android and iOS with five star ratings. The award winning business’s investors include Barclays Bank. untied is regulated by the FCA, supervised by the Institute of Tax and recognised by HMRC.

 www.untied.io

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