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Your question was "how do I go from paying an accountant to fill in my tax returns to going on line and doing it myself as I have been retired for five years and my tax liabilities are the same every year is it easy as I am not that computer literate many thanks bruce".
I told you what you needed to do as far as registering yourself is concerned and that the process of completing a return is fairly easy. You only need to tell your accountant that you are intending to complete your own tax return. He has his own login details for all his clients so he cannot let you access your tax return through his portal for obvious reasons, hence why you need to register yourself. What else can I possiblly say? I can't take you through every box in the online return before you can actually login. What I can tell you is that I know 80 year olds who complete their own tax returns using the HMRC site.
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Hello, I am keith, one of the experts on Just Answer, and pleased to be able to help you with your question.
These days HMRC are advising people with fairly standard tax circumstances that they need not submit tax returns routinely in the future. It might be worth your whiie to contact your tax office to this effect thus avoiding the annual chore.
I do hope that you find my reply of assistance.
Even HMRC do not want to process returns which yield no revenue.