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i have a limited company and i am going for a job application where they are asking for my UTR number but I am technical employed by my company... I am the sole director of the limited company and I want to invoice them by my limited company. do I still have to give them my UTR number.. do I need to register to get my UTR number. please help its emergency. Thanks
Persons in normal regular employment who occasionally carry out some casual work for a completely separate and unrelated business would not be required to have a UTR. They would be paid gross on presentation of a bill endorsed to the effect that they will account to the Revenue for their own Tax & NI. Am I correct.
Hi my name is Mariyan Valkov I registered as self-employed on 11.07.2011 and still have not received a UTR number. Is this unusual? After my registration i received a email it’s confirm my application is received. But still i’m not yet get the UTR number. Please tell how long HMRC take to provide the UTR number. Thank You
Hello, I am a Pantomime Administrator in a small theatre. We have a couple of actors in our panto this Christmas that live abroad and will only be coming to the UK for our Panto. I am trying to be pro-active with regard to making sure we have everything in place for when they will require paying. I wondered if you could give me instruction on whether they need a UTRN or whether they come under a different system.
I was self employed for 20 years but for the last 2 years I have been PAYE. I have been out of work for 5 months and have just started a 12 week contract which is self employed. I am using an Umbrella company who will take tax out of my wages but they are asking for the UTR number. Can I use my original number that I used when I was self employed previously or would I need to obtain a new one?
I have been unemployed for 4 years and now am working on a building site for contractors, they have told me that i need a UTR ref number before they can pay me. I spoke to the tax office and they have told me that it will take between 4-6 weeks. I have signed of the job seekers allowance and haveno income until my new job pay me. How can it take this long for this code to come and it is correct that the contractors cant pay me without this.
Hello I was an employee up until June 2010. I had left job and have started my own Limited company in August 2010. I am the director of Limited company, but as the business is new it takes time to make profit, as director I am not getting paid anything. I wanted to get my tax paid for year 2010 and went to HMRC office, they have advised me to fill in self Assesment tax form for which I need UTR No. I dont have one as techinically I am not self employed (am employee- Director). Please guide as what shall I do to get my tax back which I had paid in my previous employment. Your kind help will be highly appreciated. Thank You Kind Regards Vasi Dosani
I am a british citizen and have been living in ireland since 2000. I qualified as an electrician here in ireland and I am planning to move back to london. I have been told by most electrical contractors I have contacted in the uk that I need my utr number. Having never worked in the uk ( I moved to Ireland aged 14) and currently having no fixed address in the uk, who should I speak to in order to get it? Will I have to have an address in the uk before I can get it?
I am not self employed but want to submit a tax return and therefore need a utr no. When I tried to access the self assessment tax form on line, it advised that I would receive a utr within 7 working days and that was about three weeks ago. Do they usually take ages supplying one or is it because I'm not self employed that I haven't received one?
hellow. my name is Nicoleta Mirabela Mihailiuc, i am registered as a self-employed since 3-10-2011, and i don't have my utr number, i've spoked with someone from utr, and he told me to wait, and still i don't have it, can you please help me and send my utr number on this adress: firstname.lastname@example.org , thank you so much