How to Fill Your Tax Return 2008
London, UK (PRWEB) October 30, 2008
QuicknEasyTax.com, announced today yet another innovative product designed to remove the mystery and confusion from filing taxes. "How to Fill Your Tax Return 2008" is a comprehensive e-book that takes the guesswork out of doing your own taxes.
Millions of pounds in potential refunds go unclaimed each year as a result of improperly completed tax returns. Similarly, thousands of pounds in fines are levied against taxpayers annually because of missed deadlines, incomplete or incorrect forms, and various other easily avoidable mistakes. "How to Fill Your Tax Return 2008" is aimed at helping taxpayers claim the entire refund to which they are entitled while side stepping costly fines.
"The average tax refunds in the UK are ₤960 for PAYE and ₤1250 for self employed," said Stan Oboisevs, one of the founders of QuicknEasyTax.com. "When you realise there is that much money at stake, it is easy to see that there is real value in understanding how to complete your tax return."
The 75-page book is extremely thorough, covering such topics as determining whether or not you have to file, filing manually or electronically, recordkeeping, supplementary pages, creating tax relief, capital gains, trusts, and the top ten self-assessment errors. However, the easy to understand style in which it is written will simplify and decode what is often a complicated task for many.
"This book is for anyone who wants to be able to do their tax return without employing an accountant," said Ebby John, another QuicknEasyTax.com founder. "It is literally a step-by-step guide that painlessly takes the taxpayer through the entire process."
Because "How to Fill Your Tax Return 2008" is an e-book, it is available for instant download via the internet at http://www.howtofillyourtaxreturn.com. Individuals working on their returns in anticipation of the October 31 deadline for filing manually can download the book in moments without every leaving the comfort of home.
The release of the book also serves as a precursor to the unveiling of QuicknEasyTax tax return software at the end of this month. The software and the book are both available at http://www.QuicknEasyTax.com. QuicknEasyTax.com is a software venture between London-based technology, outsourcing and consulting company CCCL, a selected accountancy firm and various other partners. Its stated objective is to create easy to use software solutions for everyday people.