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CA5601 - Application to pay Class 2 contributions by Direct Debit

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Use form CA5601 if you're self-employed and want to arrange to pay your Class 2 National Insurance contributions by Direct Debit. You can fill in this form on screen and print it out and send it to HMRC. When printing the form please make sure you print a copy of Page 2 for your own records because it contains the Direct Debit Guarantee.

Please read the information under 'Help and guidance relating to this form' in the next section.

Use form CA5601 if you're self-employed and want to arrange to pay your Class 2 National Insurance contributions by Direct Debit.

Help and guidance relating to this form

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SE1 - Are you thinking of working for yourself? (PDF, 600KB)
Use this guide as a newly self employed person to register for National Insurance contributions and/or tax
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SE2 - Giving your business the best start with tax (PDF, 351KB)
Use this guide to help you understand what you need to know about tax and help you to get it right

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