Andica SA800 Partnership Tax Returns software supports the HM Customs & Excise HMRC main tax return form SA800 and other supplementary forms you might need, dependent on the types of income the partnership has.
The SA800 Partnership Tax Return form asks for details of the partnership's income and related information. HMRC may send an SA800 form or a 'Notice to complete a Tax Return' to a 'Nominated Partner' of the self employed tax payers who are operating a business in partnership and have registered as such.Read More
Partnership Statement SA800 PS should be used to provide details of Partnership's profits, losses, income, tax credits etc. It must be completed and submitted to the HMRC along with main Partnership Tax Return form SA800.Read More
Partnership Trading and Professional Income section of the SA800 should be completed if your partnership business included a trade or profession at any time during the period of returns.Read More
A Partnership should complete SA801 Partnership UK Property form if has received any rental income and other receipts from land and property in the UK, or, chargeable premiums arising from leases of land in the UK, or, holiday lettings in the UK, or, a reverse premium.Read More
SA802 Partnership Foreign form should be submitted if during the period (or periods) for which a Partnership Tax Return is required, the partnership had received interest, dividends or other income from savings or investments abroad, or, had received income from land and property abroad, or, had received any other income from sources outside the UKRead More
If your business is more complex, your annual turnover was £85,000 or more, or you need to make some adjustments to your profits, you will need the Self-employment Full form SA103F.Read More
You should only fill in the Lloyd’s underwriters forms SA103L if you were trading as an underwriting member of Lloyd’s (or a Name) at any time during the calendar year (January to December) leading to the end of tax year - e.g. Calendar year 2018, if you are completing returns for tax year ending 5th April 2019.Read More
If you consider yourself not to be a UK resident, not ordinarily resident or not domiciled in the UK, or dual resident in the UK and another country, fill in the SA109 Non-residence form.Read More
You can complete and submit the tax returns electronically to the HM Customs & Excise HMRC via the Government Gateway using a File By Internet feature built within Andica SA800 Partnership software. Submission is processed securely directly through to the HMRC systems, your data does not go through our servers. You will need a prior registration with the HMRC who will provide you with a Gateway User ID and Gateway Password.
The software provides facilities to preview and print SA800 Returns and all supplementary forms that you have selected. These reports can be printed for your records and are not for submission to HMRC.
If you have used Andica SA800 Partnership Tax Returns software for submission of last year’s tax returns then you can easily import all your static data, this eliminates the need to recreate partnership records.