Your UTR is a Unique Taxpayer Reference. It consists of ten digits (sometimes with a letter K at its end) and is issued to you by HMRC.
If you have registered for self assessment in the past with HMRC you can find your UTR number.
You can get it by registering for self assessment at HMRC. The process consists of 4 key steps.
Before you start make sure you have your National Insurance number to hand.
HMRC says your UTR activation code will arrive via post within 8 weeks. In our experience it happens much faster. It is important to remember that once you have the code you have 28 days to use it for UTR activation.
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