The payments on account deadline is 31 July. From reducing your payment to the effect of SEISS grants, here's what self-employed workers need to know.
There's less than a month until the IR35 changes for the private sector are introduced, meaning self-employed contractors may have to pay more tax
It's a good idea to file your tax return as soon as possible - these tips will get you up to speed on the latest rules for self-employed workers.
Find out your options for paying your self-assessment tax return if your finances have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Find out how long the average self-assessment tax return takes to complete plus test your tax knowledge with our quiz.
Find out the pros and cons of deferring your next payment on account, which is usually due by 31 July, along with other options for self-employed workers.
Find out what self-assessment tax rules you need to know to ensure you make the most of this year's expenses and allowances for self-employed workers.
Our advice will help make your self-assessment tax return easier, so you can hit the 31 October deadline and avoid a fine from HMRC
This year's second payment on account deadline is on 31 July - find out how it works and how to make your payment to HMRC on time
Find out what HMRC's latest rules for off-payroll working could mean for contractors, recruitment agencies, personal services companies and employers.