What’s included with your digital tax return account?

One digital tax return account covers one taxpayer for one tax year (6th april to 5th april the following year)

A single account covers all the information in your tax return. For example, if you have property income as well as multiple self-employed businesses, you still only need one account.

As of 6 April 2023, every user has access to all features, including:

  • all bookkeeping features, such as automatically importing transactions from your bank, attaching receipts & photos, and managing jointly owned property
  • HMRC-recognised tax calculator and annual tax return submission
  • Email support and online guides via this Help Centre

We also offer a free trial to help you get familiar with the software. Please note that the actual tax return submission isn’t included during as part of the trial.

When creating an account, there are a few things to remember:

  • The email address must be unique to the account. We do not allow multiple accounts to be linked to a common email address
  • Tax submissions should only be made for the named user on the account i.e. the Government Gateway credentials must be for that named user
  • Joint accounts are not possible. Individuals need to do their own tax return, so each individual needs their own account
  • You shouldn’t share login credentials. We do not accept any responsibility regarding shared login credentials or the subsequent submission of data to HMRC