What is a UTR number?

by Vidit Agarwal Marketing Director

A UTR Number or Unique Taxpayers Reference Number is a 10 digit number, for example 123456780 (sometimes there's a letter 'K' at the end) allocated by HMRC, which is unique to either you or your company and you'll be presented with one when you register for self-employment. Once you will get a UTR number it stays with you all your life - in the same way as your National Insurance number. The purpose of UTR number is to submit a tax return? Before you submit a tax return for the first time - first you need to register for self-assessment with HMRC. When you will do this, automatically you will be assigned for a UTR number. It will take 6 weeks to receive your UTR number so make sure you need to apply before 6 weeks for self-assessment tax return.

If you are registering for self-assessment, you will have to need the following details:

  • ·         Full name
  • ·         Current address
  • ·         National Insurance number
  • ·         Date of birth
  • ·         Phone number
  • ·         Email address
  • ·         The date you started being self-employed
  • ·         Type of business
  • ·         Business address
  • ·         Business phone number

If you have used wrong UTR Number by mistakes at the time of tax return, you can contact to HMRC by phone or in writing to correct the error.

The Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) is a benefit program for a number of individuals that are not able to work because of disability or illness. You can contact to DWP's Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) at the ESA contact center by calling 0843 504 7178, alternatively you can dial free phone 0800 055 6688 for new ESA benefits claims. If you are interested in finding out more, visit DNS Accountants, ESA Contact number and overview.

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