Please find a selection of useful HMRC guides and forms.
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CT41G (New company details)
Use form CT41G (New company details) to tell us that your new company has started any business activity.
Help and guidance relating to this form
CT41G Notes - Corporation Tax - Notes for New Companies
Use this guide to help you complete form CT41G
64-8 - Authorising your agent
Use form 64-8 to authorise us to communicate with your tax representative about your tax affairs.
Company Tax - CT204 (Review)
Do you need to submit a Company Tax Return?
Use form CT204 (Review) to decide whether your company or club has to deliver a Company Tax Return.
The form also covers societies, voluntary associations and other similar unincorporated bodies.
CT204 (Active company) - Corporation Tax
Use form CT204 (Active company) to tell us that your dormant company or organisation is now active.
Company Tax Return - CT600
CT600 (Short) (2008) Version 2 - Company - Short Tax Return form
Small businesses or clubs, or companies with straightforward tax affairs can use the short return form. Use form CT600 (Short) (2008) Version 2 to deliver your Company Tax Return for accounting periods ending on or after 1 April 2008.
CT600 (2008) Version 2 - Company Tax Return form
Use the Company Tax Return form - CT600 (2008) Version 2 - to deliver your Company Tax Return for accounting periods ending or after 1 April 2008.
P11 - Deductions Working Sheet
Use form P11 to work out and recover NICs, Statutory payments and PAYE Income Tax
P32 - Employer Payment Record
If you're an employer, use form P32 to record all your payments to us for the tax year
No PAYE/NICs Payment Due - notify HMRC now using this online form
How to tell HMRC you have no PAYE/NICs payments to make for a month or quarter
P7X - Tax codes to use following the Budget
This form confirms any changes necessary to PAYE tax codes following the Budget.
P9X(2011) - Tax codes to use from 6 April 2011
Which tax codes employers must change and how to change them, ready for the new tax year on 6 April
P46 - Employee without a form P45
If you are an employer, use form P46 if you take on a new employee who doesn't have a form P45 from a previous employer. Completing the form enables you to operate the correct tax code for the new employee
P38(S) - Student Employees
If you employ a holiday-work student, use form P38(S) to enable you to pay them without deducting tax as long as their earnings don't exceed their personal tax allowance
CA6855 - Employees National Insurance Number Trace
Use form CA6855 to trace an employee's National Insurance number
P16A - Simplified Deduction Scheme
Eemployer's report when taking on a new employee
If you operate a Simplified Deduction Scheme, use form P16A to inform us when you take on a new employee
P46(Expat) - Employee seconded to work in the UK
If you are an employer, use form P46(Expat) if you take on a new employee who has been seconded to work in the UK. Completing the form enables you to operate the correct tax code for the new employee
CA1594 - Protected Rights - provision of pension benefits
Use CA1594 where pension benefits are to be provided for the member or their widow, widower, or surviving civil partner
CA1545 - Transferring Protected Rights from an Appropriate Personal Pension (APP)
Use form CA1545 to transfer protected rights from an APP/APPSHP stakeholder pension scheme to a COMP/COMPSHP scheme
CA1548 - Transferring Protected Rights from an Appropriate Personal Pension (APP)
Use form CA1548 to transfer protected rights from an APP/APPSHP scheme to a COSR scheme
CA1552 - Appropriate Personal Pension (APP)/Appropriate Personal Pension Stakeholder Pension (APPSHP) scheme
Use form CA1552 to provide a lump sum or pension/annuity from the APP/APPSHP schemes to a nominated person when there is no widow/widower
CA1554 - Appropriate Personal Pension/Appropriate Personal Pension Stakeholder Pension - request for earnings details
Trustees or managers use form CA1554 to transfer protected rights form one APP/APPSHP scheme to another
CA1555 - Request for Contracted-out Deduction (COD) calculation - Appropriate Personal Pension/Appropriate Personal Pension
Use form CA1555 to calculate a Contracted-out Deduction (COD) for a APP/APPSHP scheme
CA1557 - Contracted-out Salary Related - Scheme Cessation - Current Member Re-input Schedule
Use form CA1557 to end a COSR scheme
CA1557A - Contracted-out Salary Related - Scheme Cessation - Current Member Re-input Schedule
Use form CA1557A to end a COSR scheme
CA1559 - Annuity certificate (Salary-Related scheme/Salary-Related part of a Mixed Benefit scheme)
Use form CA1559 to certify annuity for a Salary-Related or Mixed Benefit pension scheme
CA1560 - Contracted-out Money Purchase/Contracted-out Money Purchase Stakeholder Pension - Scheme Cessation
Use form CA1560 to end a Contracted-out Money Purchase/Contracted-out Money Purchase Stakeholder Pension
SA1 - Registering for Self Assessment and getting a tax return
Use form SA1 to register for Self Assessment and to get a tax return. If you're self-employed or in business, you'll need different forms, but you can find them here too
CWF1 - Becoming self-employed and registering for National Insurance contributions and/or tax.
Use form CWF1 to register for Self Assessment and tell HMRC that you've started self-employment. It will help get your tax and National Insurance right from the start
SA400 - Registering a partnership for Self Assessment
Use this form if you need to register a new partnership for Self Assessment
SA401 - Registering a partner for Self Assessment and Class 2 NICs
Use this form to register for Self Assessment if you've joined a partnership. It will help get your tax and National Insurance right from the start
SA402 - Registering a partner for Self Assessment if they're not an individual
Use this form if you need to register a partner for Self Assessment that isn't an individual, for example if a company or trust has joined a partnership
SA100 - Tax Return (2011)
Use form SA100 to file a tax return, report your income and to claim tax reliefs and any repayment due. You'll need some supplementary pages for certain types of income and for capital gains
SA100 Charity - Giving Your Tax Repayment to Charity (2011)
Use form SA100 Charity to donate all or part of your Self Assessment tax refund to a charity of your choice
SA101 - Additional Information (2011)
Use the SA101 supplementary pages to record less common types of income, deductions and tax reliefs, and provide information about Income Tax losses, pension charges and tax avoidance schemes for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA102 - Employment (2011)
Use the SA102 supplementary pages to record your employment details when filing a tax return for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA102M - Ministers of Religion (2011)
If you are a clergyman or a minister of religion, use the SA102M supplementary pages to record your employment income and expenses for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA103F - Self-employment (Full) (2011)
If you're self-employed, have more complex tax affairs and your annual business turnover was £70,000 or more, use the full version of the Self-employment supplementary page when filing a tax return for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA103S - Self-employment (Short) (2011)
If you're self-employed, have relatively simple tax affairs and your annual business turnover was below £70,000, use the SA103S short version of the Self-employment supplementary pages when filing a tax return for the year ended 5 April 2011
SA104F - Partnership (Full) (2011)
If you are a member of a partnership and do not qualify to use the short version, use the full version of the SA104 supplementary pages for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA104S - Partnership (Short) (2011)
If you are a member of a partnership, use the short version of the SA104 for the year ended 5 April 2011 if you are only declaring trading income, and interest or alternative finance receipts received after tax from banks or building societies
CF10 - Self-employed people with small earnings
Use form CF10 to apply for an exemption from Class 2 National Insurance contributions if you are self-employed and your net earnings from self-employment are below the relevant threshold
CWF1 - Becoming self-employed and registering for National Insurance contributions and/or tax.
Use form CWF1 to register for Self Assessment and tell HMRC that you've started self-employment.
It will help get your tax and National Insurance right from the start
Unable to file using SA Online - claim for reasonable excuse
Agents should use this form if they have been unable to file a client's Self Assessment tax return online
HS252 - Capital allowances and balancing charges (2011)
A guide to help you fill in the capital allowances boxes on your tax return
VAT 1 - Value Added Tax - Application for Registration
Use form VAT 1 to register your business for VAT
VAT 1A - Application for Registration - Distance Selling
Use form VAT 1A to register your business for distance selling into the UK
VAT 1B - Application for Registration - Acquisitions
Use form VAT 1B to register for UK VAT if you make acquisitions of goods from other EU states and bring those goods into the UK
VAT 1C - VAT Registration Notification
Use form VAT 1C to register for VAT if you are making supplies of 8th or 13th Directive goods
VAT 2 - Value Added Tax - Partnership Details
Use form VAT 2 to provide details of partners when you register a partnership for VAT
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