How many days and weeks are left in the financial/tax year?

 In the UK the tax year (financial) runs from 6 April to the following 5 April. So for example if we are talking about the tax year 2018/2019 it would start on 6 April 2018 and finish on 5 April 2019. Be careful when talking about financial years as companies can choose to run their accounting years for their statutory accounts for a different 12 month period whilst still processing tax to the standard tax calendar.  So when talking about the financial year be clear if you mean the legal tax year or your companies financial year. 

British Tax Year Countdown Calendar to end of year

The current tax year end on 5th April 2023

There are 228 days left in the tax year
The tax year is 37.53% complete.

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There are 32 weeks until end of tax year on 5th April 2023

When is the end of the tax year?

The current tax year end on 5th April 2023

When does the tax year start?

The tax year runs from 6th April to the 5th April the following year.

What is the UK Fiscal Year?

This is the same as the tax year running from April 6th this year to April 5th next year.

When does the financial year begin?

Businesses can align their financial year with the tax year but many don’t. For a business their financial year is the reporting period that they select to report on their results to Companies House and their shareholders. If you are not sure when your businesses financial year starts you should speak to someone within your accounts department. If you run your own limited business you will need to speak to your accountant. 

Other helpful financial/tax planning resources:

Should I pay myself a salary or take dividends?
Sage 50 Accounts Essentials Software

The Daily Telegraph Tax Guide

If you are self-employed, understand the pro’s and con’s of paying yourself a salary versus paying yourself dividends.

Sage 50 Accounts Essentials

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