Whether you’re self-employed, appointing a new company director, setting up a limited company, or trying to claim income tax back, you need to navigate your way through HMRC and Companies House to make sure you file the correct paperwork.
So, here we want to share some forms that are important for yourself and your business when it comes to filing with HMRC and Companies House. Of course, if you’re working with a qualified accountant, these will be taken care of for you but if you want to do it yourself, this could be a helpful starting point.
Popular HMRC & Companies House Forms
Most of the forms can be downloaded, printed out, and posted but a couple are linked to an online version of the form.
Income Tax Forms
P50 – Claim Income Tax back when you’ve stopped work
R38 – Claim an Income Tax refund
National Insurance Forms
CA5601 – Apply to pay self-employed National Insurance by Direct Debit
CA8480 – Apply for a refund of Class 2 National Insurance
VAT1 – Register for VAT
VAT68 – Request for transfer of a registration number
VAT7 – Application to cancel your VAT registration
VAT484 – Changes to VAT registration details
VAT622 – Pay VAT from your bank or building society account
VAT623 – Set up a Direct Debit for VAT Annual Accounting Scheme payments
VAT652 – Notify HMRC of errors in your VAT return
Self Assessment Forms
SA100 -Self Assessment Tax Return (2020)
Companies House Forms
LP5 – Register a limited partnership with Companies House
IN01 – Register your company with Companies House
AD01 – Change a company’s registered office address
AP01 – Appoint a director
CH01 – Change the details of a director
TM01 – Terminate an appointment of a director
Want extra clarity and peace of mind?
This list is not exhaustive. It’s just some of the most popular and most requested forms for HMRC and Companies House. Depending on your personal situation and the needs of your business, you may need something different from what’s listed here.
Take a look at HMRC’s website for more – it can be tricky to navigate so if you’re looking for extra clarity, speak to a local accountant so you can be confident that you’ve filed correctly.
If you’d like more detailed, one-to-one advice please give us a call on 07498 506475 or drop us an email.