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.
I am a non-resident landlord, which forms do I need to complete?
If you are a non-resident landlord, you are required to complete the SA100 (Main tax return), SA105 (Property schedule) and SA109 (Residency schedule). Looking at each one and relating it to its use on GoSimpleTax: SA100 (Main Tax Return) This form ...
SA100 : How do I enter a claim for Marriage Allowance Transfer (MAT)?
To enter the Marriage Allowance Transfer claim you will first need to amend your Personal Details to include your Spouse/Civil Partner details. Ensure you click 'Yes' to the box stating 'DO YOU INTEND TO CLAIM MARRIAGE (TRANSFER) ALLOWANCE OR MARRIED ...
SA109: How do I claim split year treatment?
How do I claim split year treatment? To include split year treatment claim on your tax return, follow the instructions below. Please note, you should pay attention to the other questions on this page not covered in this guide, these are different for ...
How Do I Transfer My Partner's Personal Allowance?
Click SAVE & CONTINUE Select the 'YES' radio button to indicate that your partner has made an election to transfer their personal allowance to you You need to ensure that your spouse's/civil partner's details have been entered in the Personal ...
SA103 : Self-Employed-Expenses-What-Can-I-Claim
What types of expenses are there? Capital - This is the cost of buying, creating or improving a business asset, used to increase profit. The cost of buying a van for your business would be capital expenditure. Other examples include buying machinery, ...