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When you’re self-employed, you’re responsible for paying tax and National Insurance on your income. It’s important to stay on top of all your records in order to work out how much you need to pay.

Am I self-employed in the eyes of HMRC and if so, what do I need to do? -  Southside Accountants Wimbledon

To work out how much tax and National Insurance you should pay, first you need to work out whether you’re employed or self-employed.

This is usually straightforward, but sometimes it’s a bit more complex – for example you could be employed in one job and at the same time self-employed in a different job.

The HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) website has a tool called the Employment Status Indicator that will work out your employment status for you based on your answers to a series of questions.

This is only an indicator and will not give you a definitive answer on your employment status.