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Find out what the 2013-14 tax rates and allowances are
Coming to work in the UK: How you pay tax on foreign income and gains, ‘residency' and ‘domicile'
Use the SA109 supplementary pages to declare your residence and domicile status and claim personal allowances as a non-UK resident when filing a tax return for the tax year ended 5 April 2014
Income tax personal allowance for those born after 5 April 1948 and basic rate limit for 2013-14
B Rates and Allowances This annex includes Budget 2012 announcements of main rates and allowances. It also covers all announcements made at Budget 2011 and subsequently. PERSONAL TAX AND BENEFITS At Budget 2011 the …
Who is affected, how double taxation agreements work for Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax
Rates of Capital Gains Tax and the Annual Exempt Amount for 2008-09 and later years for individuals who live in the UK, executors or personal representatives of a deceased person's estate, trustees for disabled people, …
Use form SA100 to file a tax return, report your income and to claim tax reliefs and any repayment due. You'll need some supplementary pages for certain types of income and for capital gains
Guidance Note: Residence, Domicile and the Remittance Basis
Remittance exemptiontemporary importation rule period of importation
RDRM32110 - Remittance Basis: Accessing the remittance basis: Exceptions to the claim requirements: Un-remitted foreign income and gains below £2,000 threshold Un-remitted foreign income and foreign chargeable gains…
What tax you'll pay on different types of UK income or gains if you live or work abroad, double taxation agreements, more
A guidance note outlining the main changes to the return and supporting notes
Overview of Tax Legislation and Rates 21 March 2012 Official versions of this document are printed on 100% recycled paper. When you have finished with it please recycle it again. If using an electronic version of the …
Toolkit for 2013-14 Self Assessment Tax Returns
This subject explains allowances and reliefs for coding.
Beneficiaries need to declare income or gains received on their personal tax return - they may also be able to claim a refund
This subject explains P2 standard notes.
Overview of the remittance basis regime from 6 April 2008
Details of updates published in the Self Assessment Manual on 01 november 2013
Child Benefit: Income Tax Charge for Those on Higher Incomes Who is likely to be affected? The charge will be applied to taxpayers whose income exceeds £50,000 in a tax year and who are in receipt of Child Benefit and…