How to fill a self assessment return online
To fill a Self assessment return, a person or business need to register an account with HMRC (HM Revenues and Customs). There are three ways to register: self-employed or a sole trader, not self-employed and registering a partner or partnership. After registering, HMRC will send you activation pin and Unique Tax Reference (UTR) by post and it usually takes more than one week. Using these credentials, a person or a business can fill Self Assessment Return Online on HMRC’s website.
The deadline for filling these Self Assessment Return Online is 31st January, after which HMRC can impose a fine of 100 Pound Sterling.
Following documents have to be attached to this self assessment Self Assessment Return Online:
P60 form: Showing your salary and tax from 6th April to 5th April of subsequent years. This may include Daily wages, capital wages, director fee etc.
P11D form- Mentioning any tax benefits you have received
Other income received through bank interest, savings etc.
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