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Hi.Frankly, it won't bother your potential new employer if you were employed or self-employed and there is no reason why it should. Many people go to a new employer with no P45. As far as the starter checklist is concerned, you should select option B. You did have another job but it was on a self-employed basis and, therefore, you have no P45. The new employer will send your details to HMRC who will issue a tax code.You will need to complete a tax return for 2015/16 and you may have tax to pay on your self-employed income if all your personal allowances are given against your new source of income. This is a common occurrence where people change from being self-employed to employed and is nothing to worry about. I've had plenty of clients go through the same process.Look at the notes here for more information on the type of tax code you can expect to be used as a result of choosing option B.I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.
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I just got an email saying you didn't get paid but just to advise I paid for the service. SO not sure what that means?
I am anyway happy with the service and will rate it accordingly.