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CF10 for 2011-2012

anniemanniem Experienced MentorPewsey, WiltshireRegistered Posts: 1,326
Hi

Has anyone saved the form CF10 for last year onto their computer - (Small Earnings Exemption for Class 2 NIC). I have two new clients who traded for 6 weeks at the end of the tax year and are both below the threshold.

HMRC have updated their website and you can only download the 2012-2013 form now.

Anna
FMAAT - AAT Licensed Member in Practice - Pewsey, Wiltshire

Comments

  • Anne BoleynAnne Boleyn Well-Known Registered Posts: 196
    Hi

    I've sent you a PM.
  • MonsoonMonsoon Font Of All Knowledge FMAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 4,071
    Emailed you what I've got.

    I didn't realise the CF10 was year-specific...

    Oh yeah, so it is. Me being me, would just manually change the year on it...
  • deanshepherddeanshepherd Font Of All Knowledge Registered Posts: 1,809
    It's too late to use the old CF10. They are for advanced applications only. Now the year end has passed they will want to see accounts to show that the profit was below the threshold.
  • anniemanniem Experienced Mentor Pewsey, WiltshireRegistered Posts: 1,326
    Thanks all! Dean they aren't set up to pay NIC2 yet, one of them hasn't registered as self employed yet! I was just hoping to send all the forms in together so they would start paying from 6 April 2012.

    Any suggestions?
    FMAAT - AAT Licensed Member in Practice - Pewsey, Wiltshire
  • MoominyakMoominyak Feels At Home Registered Posts: 38
    HMRC CF10 (2012-13) is actually still for 2011-12... I think!
    anniem wrote: »
    Hi
    HMRC have updated their website and you can only download the 2012-2013 form now.
    Anna

    Just checked, and although it says it's for 2012-13, the form actually states:

    "What are your expected net earnings from
    self-employment for the period from 6 April 2011 to
    5 April 2012? This should be below £5,315 *"

    (should be £5,595 for 12-13)

    I was looking for the 2012-13 form t'other day as I've just registered for SA... and this is what I found. I've printed it out anyway and just changed it with a pen... but hopefully they'll put the real 2012-13 one up soon.

    Or have I got the wrong end of the stick? :blushing:
  • anniemanniem Experienced Mentor Pewsey, WiltshireRegistered Posts: 1,326
    It says by box 12 on the form which year it relates to.
    FMAAT - AAT Licensed Member in Practice - Pewsey, Wiltshire
  • MoominyakMoominyak Feels At Home Registered Posts: 38
    Yup... that's where I copied and pasted that bit from.... so it is still the 2011-12 form on the HMRC website, even though the link says 2012-13. They aim to confuse us!
  • anniemanniem Experienced Mentor Pewsey, WiltshireRegistered Posts: 1,326
    Moominyak wrote: »
    They aim to confuse us!

    and they never fail to succeed! :lol:
    FMAAT - AAT Licensed Member in Practice - Pewsey, Wiltshire
  • deanshepherddeanshepherd Font Of All Knowledge Registered Posts: 1,809
    anniem wrote: »
    Thanks all! Dean they aren't set up to pay NIC2 yet, one of them hasn't registered as self employed yet! I was just hoping to send all the forms in together so they would start paying from 6 April 2012.

    Any suggestions?

    If you want them to pay then don't send in form CF10, just send in the direct debit mandate. If they were below the threshold for 2011/12 (remember this threshold is prorated if they commenced mid way through the year) then state that in a covering letter. It will be confirmed when you submit the tax return.
  • anniemanniem Experienced Mentor Pewsey, WiltshireRegistered Posts: 1,326
    If you want them to pay then don't send in form CF10, just send in the direct debit mandate. If they were below the threshold for 2011/12 (remember this threshold is prorated if they commenced mid way through the year) then state that in a covering letter. It will be confirmed when you submit the tax return.

    OK, will do that. Thanks Dean
    FMAAT - AAT Licensed Member in Practice - Pewsey, Wiltshire
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