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TradePoint national accounts is tailored to service industries such as medium to large organisations and the following sectors:

✔ FM sector ✔ Insurance reinstatement ✔ National and regional house builders
✔ Federation bodies ✔ Landlords associations ✔ Representative bodies
✔ NHS trusts ✔ Care sector ✔ Government authorities
✔ Housing associations ✔ Procurement houses ✔ Local authorities
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Services include:

• Bespoke commercial terms
• Your own dedicated account manager
• Individual tailored MI
• Centre office support team
• Central ordering service
• Credit account (up to 60 days) *subject to T&Cs

Email us today for more information at and we’ll explain how your organisation could benefit from a TradePoint national account.

GoSimple Tax

TradePoint has teamed up with GoSimpleTax to ensure our members have the benefit of using its simple to use income tax calculator and submission tool, officially recognised by HMRC. The secure, multi award winning software is free from accounting jargon, calculates your liability in real-time and has simple drop downs menus to ensure nothing is missed giving hints and tips on savings along the way. Not forgetting saving you 100’s of ££££ on accountancy fees. The cost-effective Tax calculator is just £46.00 per submission. TradePoint has negotiated 15% off this price to give you further value for money.

Using GoSimpleTax you’ll be able to streamline the process of completing and submitting your tax return. Quickly log your income, expenses and calculate your tax liability as you go.

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  • Ability to photograph and upload receipts instantly
  • Smartphone app
  • Tax saving recommendations
  • Direct self-assessment tax return submission to HMRC
  • Expense categorisation
  • Cloud software
  • Calculates all the income types you will need including full partnership returns
Do I need to complete a self-assessment tax return?

If HMRC has asked you to complete a self-assessment return for 2019-2020, you must complete it before 31 January 2021 or face a £100 fine. Some people (those who are self-employed, for example) need to complete a tax return every year; others are sent one because they have untaxed income (often from property).

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