If you’ve started self-employment, you can now register online for business taxes. Read this guide to find out how
Find the forms you need and any associated notes, helpsheets, supplementary pages and guides
Find out what records you need to keep if you're in business. New simpler Income Tax rules for small businesses may make record-keeping easier for your 2013-14 tax return
This subject explains the process when someone starts in business.
This subject tells you about setting up an individual taxpayer record.
This subject tells you what to do if you identify a case to be brought into SA during day-to-day work.
The Registration process: Introduction
This Action Guide tells you what to do when you want to set up an SA record for an individual (including a partner).
Introduction to the detailed guide to determining status
This subject is a general overview about setting up SA taxpayer records.
This subject tells you about the forms available for registering partnerships and partners for SA.
Gross payment or net payment – No compliance history cases
Registering as a subcontractor – Registration problems
This subject tells you the importance of postcodes within SA.
This subject is about setting up trust records on SA.
This subject tells you about setting up trade sources on an SA record.
This subject explains when an SA record is required.
This subject tells you about the taxpayer return profile.
This Action Guide tells you what to do when you want to set up a trade source on the SA record.
This Action Guide tells you what to do when you receive formal notification on form INSOL 200 of a bankruptcy order, and the SA record is linked to a PAYE record.
This subject provides the criteria for an SA record.
This Action Guide tells you what to do when you receive formal notification on form INSOL 200 of a bankruptcy order, and the SA record is not linked to a legacy system record.
Details of updates published in the Self Assessment Manual on 02 may 2014