What is a self Assessment Tax Return? This is the method used by HMRC to obtain information on the amount of tax that is payable by UK citizens who have income other than that taxed through Pay As You Earn (PAYE)
The Self Assessment Return contains all the personal information required to correctly identify the tax payer and consists of a 6 page main return plus a combination of any of the numerous supplementary pages that are available to disclose different forms of income. The most common of these supplementary pages can be seen below. Each of the supplementary pages is available for each individual tax year.
The totals of the calculations from the supplementary pages are included in SA110 the tax calculation summary which is the taxpayers self assessment of the amount of tax that they owe or are owed.
The complexity of these forms and the rules governing them means that it is always a good investment to employ the services of a professional organisation such as PGA Self Assessment to assist you in preparing your return.
SA100 Charity – Giving Your Tax Repayment to Charity (2011)
Use form SA100 Charity to donate all or part of your Self Assessment tax refund to a charity of your choice
SA101 – Additional Information (2011)
Use the SA101 supplementary pages to record less common types of income, deductions and tax reliefs, and provide information about Income Tax losses, pension charges and tax avoidance schemes for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA102 – Employment (2011)
Use the SA102 supplementary pages to record your employment details when filing a tax return for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA103S – Self-employment (Short) (2011)
If you’re self-employed, have relatively simple tax affairs and your annual business turnover was below £70,000, use the SA103S short version of the Self-employment supplementary pages when filing a tax return for the year ended 5 April 2011
SA103F – Self-employment (Full) (2011)
If you’re self-employed, have more complex tax affairs and your annual business turnover was £70,000 or more, use the full version of the Self-employment supplementary page when filing a tax return for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA104F – Partnership (Full) (2011)
If you are a member of a partnership and do not qualify to use the short version, use the full version of the SA104 supplementary pages for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA104S – Partnership (Short) (2011)
If you are a member of a partnership, use the short version of the SA104 for the year ended 5 April 2011 if you are only declaring trading income, and interest or alternative finance receipts received after tax from banks or building societies
SA105 – UK Property (2011)
Use the SA105 supplementary pages when filing a tax return for the year ended 5 April 2011 if you are an individual or a rental business declaring income from land and property or furnished holiday lettings in the UK, or a reverse premium
SA106 – Foreign (2011)
Use the SA106 supplementary pages to declare foreign income and gains and claim for foreign tax credit relief when completing a tax return for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA107 – Trusts etc. (2011)
Use the SA107 supplementary pages to declare income from a trust or settlement, income chargeable on settlors, or income from the estate of a deceased person, for the tax year ended 5 April 2011.
SA108 – Capital Gains Summary (2011)
Use the SA108 Capital Gains Summary supplementary pages to record your capital gains when filing a tax return for the tax year ended 5 April 2011
SA109 – Residence, remittance basis etc. (2011)
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 2011
SA110 – Tax Calculation Summary (2011)
Use the SA110 Tax Calculation Summary if you want to work out your tax bill yourself and record the results
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