Kenwright Accountants have collated useful resources for a wide range of areas, such as self assessment, agent authorisation, VAT and National Insurance.

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COVID-19 Self-employment Income Support Scheme

Information on the Governments announcement regarding financial support for those who are self-employed.

Register as self employed or as a sole trader

Use this link to registered as self employed or as a sole trader.

Authorising your agent

Use form 64-8 to authorise HMRC to deal with an accountant, tax agent or adviser acting on your behalf.

Register for VAT

Register for VAT if you’re starting a new business, registering your existing business or taking over an existing business. Use the online service or VAT1 form.

Return of class 1a national insurance contributions due

Use form P11D(b) to report Class 1A National Insurance contributions on expenses and benefits and to declare you’ve sent form P11D to HMRC.

How to pay your corporation tax

You must pay your Corporation Tax 9 months and 1 day after the end of your accounting period. Your accounting period is usually your financial year, but you may have 2 accounting periods in the year you set up your company.

How to pay your self-assessment tax

Use form P11D(b) to report Class 1A National Insurance contributions on expenses and benefits and to declare you’ve sent form P11D to HMRC.

How to pay your VAT bill

Use form P11D(b) to report Class 1A National Insurance contributions on expenses and benefits and to declare you’ve sent form P11D to HMRC. Before you pay your VAT bill, make sure your deadline has not passed. Your deadline will be shown on your VAT return.

What is my Company Number

You can get some details about a company for free, including company information, for example registered address and date of incorporation, current and resigned officers, document images, mortgage charge data, previous company names and insolvency information.

Is my Tax code correct

Your tax code is used by your employer or pension provider to work out how much Income Tax to take from your pay or pension.

IR35 Help

Find out all you need to know about IR35 by clicking on the link provided.