What is a Self-Assessment?
It is a requirement for self-employed individuals to send a report of their annual earnings to HMRC as well as the source of your earnings. Self-Assessments are the self-employed individuals’ responsibility – they must work out how much tax they have to pay.
Your self-assessment must be filed by 31 January after the end of the tax year, if this is being fled online. If not, it must be done by 31 October after the end of the tax year.
What is included in a Self-Assessment?
• Taxable benefits
• Capital gains
• National Insurance Number
• Employer Reference
• Details of other personal income and investments
• Other things may be required
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