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I am responsible for two family trusts and am now advised by HMRC that I need to submit tax returns on-line but need to purchase commercial software for this purpose. Does anyone have experience of this and could recommend any of the 40-odd suppliers listed by HMRC?
I was asked this question by a trustee recently and, whilst I have not used these products, as we have this facility as agents within our practice software, I suggested that they investigate the following products that seemed fairly reasonable for individual trustees with small scale trust tax returns:
Incidentally, you can still submit paper returns before 31 October so not sure why HMRC advised that you needed to submit returns electronically?
Thank you very much for this. The standard letter I was sent by HMRC said "We won't be sending you a paper tax return so please file your tax return online." Maybe this falls short of an absolute requirement, so I think I will try to download the usual forms and compete them manually. If that doesn't suffice I will try the interesting links you have kindly set out for me.
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