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A Unique Tax Reference or UTR number is provided to you by HMRC once you have registered to become self-employed. It is made up of 10 numbers, for example 1234567890 and you need to provide it when you complete your self-assessment tax return.

If you are working as a CIS contractor, you will also need to provide this to your cis when you register so we can verify your self-employed status with the CIS scheme.

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