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Financial statements summary IR10 (2016 tax year onwards)

Use for the 1 April 2015 tax year onwards

Completing a Financial statements summary IR10 will help speed up the processing of your tax return. You do not have to include your financial records, although we may ask for them later.  

Our IR10 guide will help you complete this summary.

Note: Use this form for returns for the 2016 tax year onwards. IR10 forms for previous tax years can be found under Forms and guides.

Use this form if the IR10G determines you are "in business". The Income Tax Act 2007 defines business as "any profession, trade or manufacture or undertaking carried on for pecuniary profit".
Generally, you will need to complete an IR10 if you:

  • are self-employed
  • receive other income
  • are claiming expenses against income.