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If using Gumroad, is there still a need to become self employed in the EU?

Yes to the question title, no to the question in the text. Gumroad simply deals with the EU VAT paperwork for you, nothing else. Registering as self-employed, filing taxes with HMRC etc. is all a ...
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Pay - How To Claim Expenses

Hopefully there are some tax experts here as I'm not one! Ideally, the £50 (or the actual travel expense amount) should be entered as a reimbursement of an expense so that you aren't paying VAT that ...
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Where can I find an SA302 form online?

I don't think you can get one from HMRC's website. According to this website, you need to ask either your accountant (assuming you have one), or get on the phone to HMRC... like you have done. Hope ...
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UK self-employed, not VAT payee, EU client wants EU VAT number

The way I understand it VAT number in EU serves as EU-wide tax id. There is a VAT number database where you can check the validity of counter party VAT number. In Czechia you are required by law to ...
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How much money to set aside for tax (UK)

If you are self employed, you must register as such with HMRC. You will need to allocate 20% for tax and an additional 9% for National Insurance (total 29% off the top). If you will be earning more ...
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