HMRC SA302 tax form provides evidence of self employed earnings. There are several reasons why you may need to print or request your SA302 tax calculation form.
SA302 FORM: It is important for the self employed to understand how to get their tax year overview.
As a rule, you will need the SA302 document if you apply for a mortgage. It is a method self employed people use to prove their earnings to the mortgage lender.
You get the last 4 years' evidence of earnings using HMRC SA302 form. It also provides a tax year overview for any previous trading years.
But, you must have sent in a Self Assessment tax return to be able to print or request the calculation summary.
Most people working for themselves know the tax year starts on the 6th of April and ends on the 5th of April after it. So, for each of your self employed tax years you may be able to:
There are 2 methods of printing off the HMRC tax calculation summary document. The same applies to getting an overview of your tax year. But, to do so you must be filing your Self Assessment tax returns using either:
Note: Check if your mortgage provider will accept your own printed tax document. You must wait 72 hours after sending in a tax return to print HMRC SA302 Form.
Many self employed people and accredited accountants use commercial software tax returns. You can use the same software to print off a tax calculation.
Note: The software program sometimes call it something different (e.g. tax computation). Contact the software company if you have trouble making a printed copy. You can still print a tax year overview from your own HMRC online account.
There may be times when you need your documents sent to you by post. In this case contact HM Revenue and Customs to get a tax calculation or tax year overview sent by posting. HMRC will post SA302 Form to you if:
Note: It may take up to two weeks to get the document send when HM Revenue and Customs send it by mail.
SA302 Tax Form Calculation Request from HM Revenue and Customs