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My son started work on a elf employed basis in July 2018 but

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My son started work on a elf employed basis in July 2018 but hasn’t registered as self employed with HMRC. He’s ready to do a self assessment form for 2018-2019 in January. Will he have to pay a penalty for not registering
JA: Are you filing as a sole proprietor or independent contractor?
Customer: Sole proprietor I assume . He’s a courier
JA: Anything else you want the Accountant to know before I connect you?
Customer: No that’s it thanks

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Provided your son reports income from self employment on his self assessment tax return for 2018-19 before 31 Jan 2020 there would be no penalties to pay. He would have reported the income in the correct tax year and on time.

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