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Read about new flat rates expenses for your 2013-14 tax return if you’re self-employed or a business partner
Find out about simpler cash basis accounting for your 2013-14 tax return. You can use 'cash basis' if you're self-employed and have income of £79,000 or less a year.
If you’ve started self-employment, you can now register online for business taxes. Read this guide to find out how
Need help with your Self Assessment? Find out what you need to do, when and how.
Letting HM Revenue & Customs know you've made a capital gain or loss and key dates
Guidance for tax agents and advisers to help manage the 31 October Self Assessment deadline
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
What to do if you're paying the wrong amount of tax - correcting underpayments/over repayments, links to reclaiming overpaid tax
Overview of allowances, reliefs and deductions available if you're self-employed – links to detailed guidance and how to claim
What is Capital Gains Tax, who pays it and when
Use form SA900 to file a Trust and Estate Tax Return for the tax year ended 5 April 2014
Use form SA800 to file your partnership tax return for the tax year ended 5 April 2014
How to claim a refund if you think you've paid too much tax on your employment or self-employment income
Corporation Tax for beginners: deadlines; requirements; rates; accounting periods; taxable profit
If you're an employer you must provide form P60 to employees working for you at the end of the tax year. If you're an employee, keep your P60 as a record - you'll need it if you have to fill in a Self Assessment tax …
Use SA700 to file a tax return for a non-resident company for the tax year ended 5 April 2014
Get an annual allowance statement, work out the tax due, carry forward unused annual allowance and complete your tax return correctly
Beneficiaries need to declare income or gains received on their personal tax return - they may also be able to claim a refund
If you're self-employed, have relatively simple tax affairs and your annual business turnover was below £79,000, use the SA103S short version of the Self-employment supplementary pages when filing a tax return for the …
Use form SA970 to file your tax return for the tax year ended 5 April 2014 if you are a trustee of a registered pension scheme
Coming to work in the UK: How you pay tax on foreign income and gains, ‘residency' and ‘domicile'
What documents you need to keep to back up your Self Assessment tax return and for how long
Self Assessment Trust and Estate Specials and Exclusions for online filing - 2013/14
Getting tax relief if you're an employee and do most of your job at sea on a ship - 'Seafarers Earning Deduction'