Do I need to inform HMRC after I incorporate my LLP?



I’ve just received confirmation and documents from Companies House for a new LLP. I’m good to go! Next step: do I need to tell HMRC that my LLP has been incorporated? Or will they be informed automatically?




HMRC will be informed by Companies House that your new LLP has been incorporated, so you should receive a letter from them in a few days. This will tell you about your tax and reporting requirements.

Each member is responsible for registering themselves for Self-Assessment with HMRC. This is how they report and pay tax on their share of the business profits. A designated member will be responsible for registering the partnership itself for Self-Assessment and, if applicable, VAT and PAYE. All of this can be done online.

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