SA106: How do I enter Foreign employment income with foreign tax paid?

SA106: How do I enter Foreign employment income with foreign tax paid?


You will need to include both SA102 Employment and SA106 Foreign income pages


1. Click on NEW PAGE

Click on NEW PAGE


2. Click on SELECT on SA102 Employment

Click on SELECT on SA102 Employment


3. Enter the EMPLOYER'S NAMEā€¦


4. Click on SAVE once entries complete


5. Click on EDIT

Click on EDIT


6. Enter the address of your employer

Enter the address of your employer


7. Enter NNN/0 in the PAYE reference if it is a foreign employer



7. Enter NNN/0 in the PAYE reference if it is a foreign employer then click on SAVE

Click on SAVE


9. Click on INCOME '+' to add your P60 or P45 income



10. Click on Salary (P60) or relevant option from CATEGORY dropdown menu

Click on Salary (P60) or relevant option from CATEGORY dropdown menu


11. Type your identifier for this entry...

Type your identifier for this entry...


12. Enter ONLY your income from the foreign employment

Enter ONLY your income from the foreign employment


13. Click on SAVE

Click on SAVE


14. Now we need to include the foreign tax paid on the SA106 Foreign income page. Click on NEW PAGE...

Now we need to include the foreign tax paid on the SA106 Foreign income page. Click on NEW PAGE...


15. Click 'SELECT' on Foreign Income (SA106)

Click 'SELECT' on Foreign Income (SA106)


16. On the Foreign income page, we need to add the foreign tax paid in the income section

On the Foreign income page, we need to add the foreign tax paid in the income section


17. Click on INCOME '+'



18. Click on Foreign tax paid on employment and other income from CATEGORY dropdown menu

Click on Foreign tax paid on employment and other income from CATEGORY dropdown menu


19. Type "Foreign tax paid on employment income" or whatever you want to identify the entry as



20. Choose the relevant country from the dropdown menu


21. Enter the GBP equivalent of the taxable amount

Enter the GBP equivalent of the taxable amount


22. Enter the GBP equivalent of the foreign tax paid

Enter the GBP equivalent of the foreign tax paid


23. Click on SAVE

Click on SAVE


Do you know how much Foreign Tax Credit Relief you are entitled to claim? See the instructions below. If you are unaware of the amount of FTCR available on this income, you will have to read the double tax treaty between the two countries and see if there is a restriction on tax paid.


24. Want to claim Foreign Tax Credit Relief? Click on EDIT on the SA106 Foreign Income page



25. Enter the available FTCR in BOX 2 and click on SAVE

Enter the available FTCR in BOX 2 and click on SAVE

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