SA100 : How do I add self employed losses from a previous tax year to my tax return?

SA100 : How do I add self employed losses from a previous tax year to my tax return?

1. When on the self employed page please click EDIT



2. In the new popup please scroll down the page until you see 'losses from previous year'. Enter the total losses available to this box and then save.



This will add the losses to your tax return and if you have made a profit in this year automatically offset these available losses against the profits to reduce you tax bill.





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