Andica Self Assessment Software (SA100 - SA110)
If you are an employee claiming expenses and benefits in kind, self-employed, a company director, Lloyd's underwriter, Minister of Religion, partner in a business, trustee, an employee or a pensioner paying higher rate of tax or with more complex tax affairs, you are very likely required to complete HMRC (Inland Revenue) Self Assessment tax return forms SA100, calculate taxes due and file the returns on time. Depending on the type of income, you may also be required to include other supplementary pages with your tax returns, the software includes all supplementary forms as listed on the features page.
Tax is taxing, unless that is you are using Andica Self Assessment tax return software designed to simplify the preparation and completion of tax return forms with wizard style entry forms and tax calculations. Returns can be submitted electronically using the File by Internet feature.
Andica Self Assessment tax returns software comes in two versions:
Andica Self Assessment Personal
A self assessment tax return solution suitable for use by individual taxpayers. The software helps you simplify and manage your tax returns preparation, calculations of tax and online submission of returns to HMRC. This edition is available in two options, 1 tax-payer edition to prepare tax returns for 1 taxpayer or a 5 tax-payers edition suitable for preparation of up to 5 tax returns from a single installation.
Andica Self Assessment Professional
A self-assessment tax return solution suitable for use by accountants, tax consultants or book-keepers to prepare self assessment tax returns for their clients. The software is available with multiple tax payers returns and optional multi user feature.
Andica Self Assessment software is a time saving and cost
effective solution with data entry screens that replicate HMRC
tax forms therefore simplifying the process of recording tax
returns information. Based on data processed, the software will
calculate and provide a report showing total tax for the year
and amount of tax liability or refund due.
The software supports HMRC online filing of Tax Returns which should be submitted by 31st January following the end of the tax year. If tax returns are not submitted by the deadline, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) will impose penalties for late submission of returns.