Notifying cessation of self-employment
23/06/2022

Any taxpayers that have ceased to be self-employed must notify HMRC of their change in status. There are a number of steps that must be followed if a taxpayer ceases trading as a sole trader or if they are ending or leaving a business partnership.

Taxpayers must send in a Self-Assessment return by the relevant deadline and will need to work out their trading income, allowable expenses and any capital allowances. Taxpayers must also determine if they have any Capital Gains Tax (CGT) to pay.

They may also be able to claim back any overpaid tax or National Insurance. It is also important to check if there is an entitlement to tax relief by way of entrepreneurs’ relief, overlap relief and / or terminal loss relief. There are also other reliefs available that may reduce the amount of CGT due.

Taxpayers that owe tax or National Insurance and have difficulty paying it, may be able to negotiate an agreement with HMRC for more time to pay. In addition, where a VAT registration was in place this will also need to be cancelled and anyone who employed staff will need to close their PAYE scheme and submit final payroll reports.


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Celerica are a firm of accountants and registered auditors (regulated by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).

Our team and associates have worked not only as accountants within the profession but also as Finance Director’s for businesses allowing us to use our wide experience to make a positive impact on your business.

The business was established in 2006 but its roots and relationship of the partners goes back to 1988.  Our client base extends across the UK and many different business sectors.  Though our office is in Leicester we take the ‘we will come to you’ approach and are always happy to travel to see you, wherever you are.

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The Old Chapel
9 Kempson Road 
Leicester
LE2 8AN


0116 2838038
contact@celerica.co.uk

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