SA109 : How do I add a Personal Allowance if I am Non Resident?

SA109 : How do I add a Personal Allowance if I am Non Resident?

If you are Non Resident and entitled to claim the Personal Allowance, you need to claim this in the Residency pages.

You need to go into the Residency Page, then click EDIT,



then click on the Personal Allowances Tab and complete the relevant boxes.






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