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  • RE: First self-assessment tax return form?

    Hi, Many thanks for your response. It seems I don't need to panic now! I've finally managed to secure an accountant (£35/mth) and they have informed me I don't need to worry as since I didn't start earning until 8th May 2022 It's not due until 31st January 2024. I'm just wondering since I'm paid in USD do I inform HMRC the USD pricing or what reaches my bank in GBP? I have also asked my accountant this waiting on a response. Thanks!
  • First self-assessment tax return form?

    Hi, I work full time (38 hours a week) and pay tax through PAYE. However, recently I made a website and started selling digital memberships / Google Adsense. I've registered self assessment and now I'm lost. I've tried to speak to mutiple accountants locally with no response and those that did reply informed me they aren't interested (becuase it's digitally service). As it's my first time Ideally I want to use an accountant as they will know more than me. What can I do? Did disover QuickBooks which looks helpful for self-employed. I've downloaded some helpful spreadsheets with advice on what to claim, what you need to submit to HMRC etc. I work full time 08:00-16:30 (employed) and then an additional 17:00-22:00 (self-employed) Mon-Fri then just 09:00-22:00 (self-employed) Sat-Sun. Do I need to include my PAYE full time employment on my Self-employment form? I plan to do this online. Thanks.