CWF1 Form

Understand more about the CWF1 form in this guide including where to find it online on the HMRC website and who needs to complete one.

Friendly Disclaimer: Whilst I am an accountant, I’m not your accountant. The information in this article is legally correct but it is for guidance and information purposes only. Everyone’s situation is different and unique so you’ll need to use your own best judgement when applying the advice that I give to your situation. If you are unsure or have a question be sure to contact a qualified professional because mistakes can result in penalties.

1. What is a CWF1 Form?

A CWF1 form is an HMRC form that individuals need to complete when they want to register as self-employed but already fill in a tax return for another reason for example because they are a landlord or have dividend income

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CWF1 Form

2. Where to Find the CWF1 Form Online

Individuals need to log into their online tax account on the .GOV website to find the latest version of the 2021/2022 CWF1 form online. It is fairly straightforward to fill out and you’ll be given the opportunity to review the form before you submit it.

3. How to Complete the CWF1 Form Online

You’ll need certain information to complete the form online so that HMRC can tie up your application to the right person. Here’s what you need to have ready:

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Friendly Disclaimer: Whilst I am an accountant, I’m not your accountant. The information in this article is legally correct but it is for guidance and information purposes only. Everyone’s situation is different and unique so you’ll need to use your own best judgement when applying the advice that I give to your situation. If you are unsure or have a question be sure to contact a qualified professional because mistakes can result in penalties.

About Anita Forrest

Anita Forrest is a Chartered Accountant, spreadsheet geek, money nerd and creator of www.goselfemployed.co - the UK small business finance blog for the self-employed community. Here she shares simple, straight-forward guides to make self-employment topics like taxes, bookkeeping and banking easy to understand.