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Dear Customer,

Thank you for choosing Uktaxes to file your self assessment.

Just follow the simple steps and, in order to continue improving the Online Form, please send us your feedback!

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Uktaxes Team

Residency information
Please choose NON UK Resident if you were non resident during the tax year, even if you returned to the UK between April 6th 2020 and April 5th 2021. If you have returned to the UK as a non resident, then choose Changes in personal circumstances and state the date you returned to the UK later on the form.
If you still unsure and need help, continue with the online form and we will do a full assessment to help you.
Residency help
To be able to help you assess your residency, please complete the information on the form and we will help you establish your status.
Current Customer

Please state in this form all changes occurred since your previous Online registration (for example: new address, contact details, contract) even if you have emailed the updates before, as we need to have records on the Online form in order to update your tax return and HMRC data base.
Changes
Please provide details of any changes

New Customer


UK Resident 

Residency information


DDMMYYYY (state N/A if not applicable to you)

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HELP
If you have never been a resident in the UK, please select NO. 

If you have stayed in the UK for less tan 183 days per year, you may be considered non resident in the UK. 

Crew advice: This date should be the date when you started commuting from your country of residence to the UK. You will be considered non resident in the UK since that date. 

If you are unsure about the date of leaving the UK, please contact us at uktaxes@uktaxes.com
KYC information
Dear customer, we need to verify your ID so could you please attach a copy of your ID or passport as well as a recent utility bill with your current address. You can attach them to the form now or make sure to send it to uktaxes@uktaxes.com. Please send us your NIE as well if resident in Spain. any problems, contact us after you submit the form.


Personal information

About you




















Please state the reason
Changes
Residency



Brexit return to the UK

IMPORTANT: If you have returned to the UK due to Brexit, please contact us as you may need a further assessment on your tax situation in the UK and abroad.


New Address







New Phone number


Employment details

Airline Crew details














If you have or had more than one Airline employer in any of the tax years you need to file, please add all your employers, current and past, using the "add airline employer" link below. Please state employer current status and provide P45 or P60 as well as march payslip or last payslip received from your employer.
Employer details










If you have or had more than one employer in any of the tax years you need to file, please add all your employers, current and past, using the "add previous/additional employer" link below. Please state employer current status and provide P45 or P60 as well as march payslip or last payslip received from your employer.
Self Employed/Partnership information




06/04/
 
05/04/
 
Other/No employment in the UK

Tax year 2021 (Current)

Tax year information
You can provide all the information for the Tax Years you need to file by following these simple steps:
  • Remember the current tax year is 2021 (from 06th April 2020 to 05th April 2021)
  • You could file or amend any previous tax years from April 6th 2017 onwards (Tax year 2018, 2019 and 2020) select them now if you need to file them as well.
  • Provide the information following the form questions
  • Make sure to add Land and Property, Savings, Capital Gains or Self Employment if applicable for each Tax year.

Please make sure to select the correct Tax year for the information you provide. Tax years go from April to April. For example, Tax year 2021 goes from April 2020 to April 2021.
Please provide the information for the current tax year 2021 (From April 2020 to April 2021)


DOMICILE
DO NOT SELECT NON DOM IF YOU ARE NOT USING THE REMITTANCE BASIS OR HAVE NOT BEEN ADVICE TO SELECT IT, AS THIS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. ONLY FOR NON DOMICILE UK RESIDENTS.
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IF YOU HAVE RETURNED TO THE UK CONTACT US FOR ADVICE BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORM
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Please read HMRC notice on NON DOMICILE and contact us if you need help assessing your NON DOMICILE status. CLICK HERE to open a link.

Please select yes if you are UK resident and use the remittance basis, for a split year or full tax year. Normally as a non resident, NON DOMICILE should not apply to you.


Please nopte, you will need to send details of all income remitted to the UK.


Employment updates and allowances

Employment updates and allowances



Date you left - New Date of joining - Date transferred to new base



For Flight Crew:
  • BALPA deduction. You could deduct 67% of your annual BALPA subscription. You can indicate your union fees and allowable deduction. 
  • The cost of travel, subsistence and accommodation costs associated with working at a temporary workplace ONLY when you are working away from your home base and the costs are not paid by your employer); PLEASE NOTE, YOU CANNOT DEDUCT PERSONAL EXPENSES TO AND FROM HOME OR COMMUTING.
  • The cost of subsistence before or during a flight where these are not paid by your employer; and
  • Capital allowances for your noise-cancelling headset where this is not provided by your employer
  • Please note, we already include on your Tax Return a  flat rate fixed expense allowance (FREA) of £1,022 per annum for all uniformed commercial pilots and other unformed flight deck crew plus an additional £110 per annum for travel to and from medical examinations, flight simulator sessions, technical refreshers courses and other training.

For Cabin Crew:

Please note, a flat rate fixed expense allowance (FREA) of £720 per annum for uniform cleaning is already included on your return
  • BASSA/UNION fees.
  • The cost of replacing uniform items, if not paid by the company. 
  • Duplicate passport


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Expenses information and P11

By law, at the end of each tax year your employer must give HMRC details of any expenses payments, benefits and facilities they have given to each of their employees or directors. They must also include any expenses payments, benefits or facilities provided to members of the director’s or employee’s family or household.

Student Loan

Check your P60 or P45
Student Loan information
Student Loan Plan Type

You will have a Plan 1 Student Loan if:

You lived in Scotland or Northern Ireland when you started your course, or
You lived in England or Wales and started your course before September 2012.

You will have a Plan 2 Student Loan if you lived in England or Wales and started your course on or after 1 September 2012.

COVID-19 Information

Pension Payments



Pension contributions information
Please provide information on your private pension plans and /or contributions made to pension plans over 40,000.00GBP






Gifts to charity or GAYE

Pension contributions information
You can claim tax relief on cash gifts and donations made to charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs. Note that you must have paid enough Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in the tax year to cover the tax reclaimed by those charities and clubs from your Gift Aid donations. Council tax and VAT do not count for this purpose.





Non Resident information

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Family tie
You have a family tie if your:
• husband, wife or civil partner (unless you are separated), is resident in the UK for the selected Tax year.
• partner, who you live with as husband and wife or as civil partners, is resident in the UK for the selected Tax year.
• child under the age of 18, is resident in the UK for the selected Tax year.


Accommodation tie

You have an accommodation tie for a Tax year if you have a place to live in the UK and:
    ▪    it is available to you for a continuous period of 91 days or more during that year, and you spend 1 or more nights there during that year, or
    ▪    if it is at the home of a close relative (see next paragraph), you spend 16 or more nights there during the year.

A close relative for the purposes of the accommodation tie is a:
    ▪    parent or grandparent
    ▪    brother or sister
    ▪    child or grandchild aged 18 or over

They can be your blood or half-blood relative or someone related through marriage or civil partnership. Adopted children are considered to be your children for these purposes.

Gaps of fewer than 16 days in the availability of the accommodation will count towards the continuous period of availability.

You have a place to live in the UK if you have a home, holiday home or temporary retreat in the UK, or other accommodation that you can live in when you are in the UK.

Work tie
You have a work tie for a Tax year if you do more than three hours of work a day in the UK on at least 40 days in that year (whether continuously or intermittently). However, there are special rules about what constitutes three hours of UK work for people in relevant jobs. (ex: Crew)

You have a relevant job if:
        ▪    You hold an employment where your duties consist of duties which are performed on board a vehicle, aircraft or ship while it is travelling, or
        ▪    You carry on a trade and the activities of that trade or the services you provide are on board a vehicle, aircraft or ship while it is travelling and you have to be present in person on board the vehicle, aircraft or ship while it is travelling

    and substantially all of the trips you make in performing those duties or carrying on those activities are cross-border trips; that is trips that involve crossing an international boundary at sea, in the air or on land.

    For the purposes of the work tie, on any day on which you make a cross-border trip starting in the UK, you will be treated as having worked more than three hours in the UK on that day.

    90 day tie
    You have a 90 day tie for the selected Tax year if you have spent more than 90 days in the UK in either or both of the previous 2 Tax years. You are considered to have spent a day in the UK if you are in the UK at the end of the day (midnight).

    Country tie
    You have a country tie for the selected Tax year if the UK is the country in which you were present at midnight, for the greatest number of days in that Tax year.

    If the number of days you were present in a country at midnight is the same for 2 or more countries in a Tax year, and 1 of those countries is the UK,then you will have a country tie for that tax year if that is the greatest numberof days you spend in any country in that Tax year.

    For more detailed information CLICK HERE
    If you have a home abroad select yes. A home is where you live.
    Roster information

    You can either attach your rosters or send it by e-mail

    UK Days

    Click to read the text

    Number of days spent in the UK during the tax year selected. You should include all the days during the tax year selected on which you were in the UK at the end of the day (at midnight). You must include in the total any days when you were in the UK at the end of the day due to exceptional circumstances. You may exclude transit days from this figure. A transit day is a day when you arrive in the UK as a passenger and leave the next day as a passenger . Between your arrival and departure you do not engage in any activities unrelated to your passage through the UK.
    Exceptional circumstances

    Click to read the text

    Number of days attributed to exceptional circumstances.
    You should show the number of days spent in the UK because of exceptional circumstances beyond your control, for example, an illness that occurred while you were in the UK which prevented you from travelling. Other examples of exceptional circumstances would be national and local disasters, such as civil unrest, natural disasters and the outbreak of war. The maximum number of days that can be attributed to exceptional circumstances is 60 in any tax year.
    COVID-19

    Workdays you spent in the UK

    Click to read the text

    Number of workdays you spent in the UK
    Please enter the total number of days on which you worked for more than three hours in the UK in tax year.
    (For crew, report day even if under 3 hours UK duty counts as a work day in the UK). Count report days in the UK, training day, STB, etc. in the UK.
    Workdays you spent overseas

    PLEASE NOTE If you have a relevant job in the UK AS CREW we do not need this figure.
    Click to read the text

    Number of workdays you spent overseas
    Please enter in box 14 the total number of days on which you worked for
    more than three hours overseas in the tax year.

    If you have a relevant job in the UK as crew we do not need this figure.
    Additional information 2021
    OTHER INCOME 
    Please indicate if you have any of the following income in any of the tax years you need to file. You will be able to provide information about this income on the next page.

    IMPORTANT

    If you are self employed in an other country and need to pay social security in the UK under art. 13 EU regulations 883/2004, please make sure to also state your self employment income in your self assessment.

    • 1.- Rent any Land & Property (renting out a property)
    • 2.- Receive interest or dividends from any bank or company in the UK  (or abroad if UK Resident)
    • 3.- Work as self employed
    • 4.- Have any capital gains from selling assets (property, shares, Gains)
    • 5.- Did you receive income from any private pension during the tax year selected? (Does not include state pension)
    • 6.- Were you liable to make repayments on an income-contingent student loan in any tax year
    • 7.- Did you or your partner receive child benefit 
    • 8.- Are you a Company director in the UK in any tax year

    Additional information tax year 2021

    2021 Land & property information
    Please add all the information about your property income and expenses. If you have more than one property rented, please add an other property clicking on "add an other property" at the end.

    Important Information
    As a NON UK RESIDENT you do not need to provide information about rental income outside the UK. Please untick the Land & property box.
    Property details

    IMPORTANT

    Please make sure to give the property income and expenses details for the whole tax year from April to April, not the monthly amount you receive.(Monthly income x number of months rented)

    Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.

    Make sure the person or persons renting the property with you also complete a self-assessment.



    State "myself" if you are keeping the records

    Income

    £
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    Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.

    £
    .00
    Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.
    Expenses
    HMRC on expenses


    £
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    Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.

    £
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    Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.
    2021 financial cost
    Finance costs
    In 2017/18, a restriction was introduced to the deduction of finance costs from rental income so that only a proportion of the amount could be deducted, with the remaining amount being available as a basic rate tax deduction.

    In 2020/21, all finance costs relating to residential property are only available as a basic rate tax deduction; no finance costs can be deducted from the rental income received. However, finance costs relating to non residential property can be still be deducted in full from rental income.


    £
    Enter the finance costs relating to residential property.

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    Enter the finance costs relating to non-residential property.

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    Please make sure to send us a receipt or proof of purchase for each item or expense

    The Wear and Tear Allowance for fully furnished properties will be replaced with a relief that enables all landlords of residential dwelling houses to deduct the costs they actually incur on replacing furnishings, appliances and kitchenware in the property.
    The relief given will be for the cost of a like-for-like, or nearest modern equivalent, replacement asset, plus any costs incurred in disposing of, or less any proceeds received for, the asset being replaced.

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    Please make sure to send us a receipt or proof of purchase for each item or expense

    Self Employed/Partnership information

    Self Employed/Partnership information




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    Self Employed information
    Detailed expenses
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    Savings, dividends and investments

    NR NOTICE Foreign
    You have indicated savings or dividends from abroad but you are a NON UK RESIDENT.
    You do not need to declare income from abroad in the UK. Please declare it in your country of residence.
    NR NOTICE Savings
    You have indicated savings or dividends in the UK.
    You only need to declare interest or dividends received from UK accounts if you have paid taxes in the UK.












    . Please select " add additional account " to add information related to a new account.
    Capital Gains

    Shares information
    A listed company is one who has offered its shares for trading in a stock exchange. You can buy or sell shares openly. A unlisted company is that which has not offered shares for trading. ... And those companies whose shares are not listed nor traded on stock exchanges are unlisted companies

    Trust

    Settlor
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    Beneficiary
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    Shares and securites
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    Residencial Property
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    Other Property, assets and gains
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    . Please select " add further asset " to add information relating to a different asset.
    Carried interest
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    . Please select " add an other item for capital gains " for a new asset.
    Private Pensions
    Please ONLY complete this section if you received a pension payment from a private pension provider, NOT if you are contributing to a pension.
    Please provide information about your pension provider and add as many private pensions as you may have in the UK (and abroad if UK resident)



    Student Loan

    Child Benefit
    You have indicated that child benefit was received by either yourself or your partner during the tax year.
    The child benefit tax charge is applied in the following circumstances:
    • your net adjusted income was over £50,000, and
    • you or your partner (if you have one) received Child Benefit during 2017-18 (this also applies if someone else claims Child Benefit for a child who lives with you and pays you or your partner for the child's upkeep), and
    • couples only - your income was higher than your partner's.






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    Company Director information




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    If you were company director for more than one company in any of the tax years you need to file, please add another company using the "add other company" link below.

    Tax years 2020

    Tax Year 2020
    Please provide the information for the tax year 2020 (From April 2019 to April 2020)


    DOMICILE
    DO NOT SELECT NON DOM IF YOU ARE NOT USING THE REMITTANCE BASIS OR HAVE NOT BEEN ADVICE TO SELECT IT, AS THIS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. ONLY FOR NON DOMICILE UK RESIDENTS.
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    IF YOU HAVE RETURNED TO THE UK CONTACT US FOR ADVICE BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORM
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Please read HMRC notice on NON DOMICILE and contact us if you need help assessing your NON DOMICILE status. CLICK HERE to open a link.

    Please select yes if you are UK resident and use the remittance basis, for a split year or full tax year. Normally as a non resident, NON DOMICILE should not apply to you.


    Please nopte, you will need to send details of all income remitted to the UK.


    Employment updates and allowances

    Employment updates and allowances



    Date you left - New Date of joining - Date transferred to new base



    For Flight Crew:
    • BALPA deduction. You could deduct 67% of your annual BALPA subscription. You can indicate your union fees and allowable deduction. 
    • The cost of travel, subsistence and accommodation costs associated with working at a temporary workplace ONLY when you are working away from your home base and the costs are not paid by your employer); PLEASE NOTE, YOU CANNOT DEDUCT PERSONAL EXPENSES TO AND FROM HOME OR COMMUTING.
    • The cost of subsistence before or during a flight where these are not paid by your employer; and
    • Capital allowances for your noise-cancelling headset where this is not provided by your employer
    • Please note, we already include on your Tax Return a  flat rate fixed expense allowance (FREA) of £1,022 per annum for all uniformed commercial pilots and other unformed flight deck crew plus an additional £110 per annum for travel to and from medical examinations, flight simulator sessions, technical refreshers courses and other training.

    For Cabin Crew:

    Please note, a flat rate fixed expense allowance (FREA) of £720 per annum for uniform cleaning is already included on your return. Let us know about the following.
    • BASSA/UNION fees.
    • The cost of replacing uniform items, if not paid by the company. 
    • Duplicate passport


    £
    .00
    Expenses information and P11

    By law, at the end of each tax year your employer must give HMRC details of any expenses payments, benefits and facilities they have given to each of their employees or directors. They must also include any expenses payments, benefits or facilities provided to members of the director’s or employee’s family or household.

    Student Loan

    Check your P60 or P45
    Student Loan information
    Student Loan Plan Type

    You will have a Plan 1 Student Loan if:

    You lived in Scotland or Northern Ireland when you started your course, or
    You lived in England or Wales and started your course before September 2012.

    You will have a Plan 2 Student Loan if you lived in England or Wales and started your course on or after 1 September 2012.

    Pension Payments



    Pension contributions information
    Please provide information on your private pension plans and /or contributions made to pension plans over 40,000.00GBP






    Gifts to charity or GAYE

    GAYE contributions information
    You can claim tax relief on cash gifts and donations made to charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs. Note that you must have paid enough Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in the tax year to cover the tax reclaimed by those charities and clubs from your Gift Aid donations. Council tax and VAT do not count for this purpose.





    Non Resident information

    Click to read the text

    Family tie
    You have a family tie if your:
    • husband, wife or civil partner (unless you are separated), is resident in the UK for the selected Tax year.
    • partner, who you live with as husband and wife or as civil partners, is resident in the UK for the selected Tax year.
    • child under the age of 18, is resident in the UK for the selected Tax year.


    Accommodation tie

    You have an accommodation tie for a Tax year if you have a place to live in the UK and:
        ▪    it is available to you for a continuous period of 91 days or more during that year, and you spend 1 or more nights there during that year, or
        ▪    if it is at the home of a close relative (see next paragraph), you spend 16 or more nights there during the year.

    A close relative for the purposes of the accommodation tie is a:
        ▪    parent or grandparent
        ▪    brother or sister
        ▪    child or grandchild aged 18 or over

    They can be your blood or half-blood relative or someone related through marriage or civil partnership. Adopted children are considered to be your children for these purposes.

    Gaps of fewer than 16 days in the availability of the accommodation will count towards the continuous period of availability.

    You have a place to live in the UK if you have a home, holiday home or temporary retreat in the UK, or other accommodation that you can live in when you are in the UK.

    Work tie
    You have a work tie for a Tax year if you do more than three hours of work a day in the UK on at least 40 days in that year (whether continuously or intermittently). However, there are special rules about what constitutes three hours of UK work for people in relevant jobs. (ex: Crew)

    You have a relevant job if:
          ▪    You hold an employment where your duties consist of duties which are performed on board a vehicle, aircraft or ship while it is travelling, or
          ▪    You carry on a trade and the activities of that trade or the services you provide are on board a vehicle, aircraft or ship while it is travelling and you have to be present in person on board the vehicle, aircraft or ship while it is travelling

      and substantially all of the trips you make in performing those duties or carrying on those activities are cross-border trips; that is trips that involve crossing an international boundary at sea, in the air or on land.

      For the purposes of the work tie, on any day on which you make a cross-border trip starting in the UK, you will be treated as having worked more than three hours in the UK on that day.

      90 day tie
      You have a 90 day tie for the selected Tax year if you have spent more than 90 days in the UK in either or both of the previous 2 Tax years. You are considered to have spent a day in the UK if you are in the UK at the end of the day (midnight).

      Country tie
      You have a country tie for the selected Tax year if the UK is the country in which you were present at midnight, for the greatest number of days in that Tax year.

      If the number of days you were present in a country at midnight is the same for 2 or more countries in a Tax year, and 1 of those countries is the UK,then you will have a country tie for that tax year if that is the greatest numberof days you spend in any country in that Tax year.

      For more detailed information CLICK HERE
      If you have a home abroad select yes. A home is where you live.
      Roster information

      You can either attach your rosters or send it by e-mail

      UK Days

      Click to read the text

      Number of days spent in the UK during the tax year selected. You should include all the days during the tax year selected on which you were in the UK at the end of the day (at midnight). You must include in the total any days when you were in the UK at the end of the day due to exceptional circumstances. You may exclude transit days from this figure. A transit day is a day when you arrive in the UK as a passenger and leave the next day as a passenger . Between your arrival and departure you do not engage in any activities unrelated to your passage through the UK.
      Exceptional circumstances

      Click to read the text

      Number of days attributed to exceptional circumstances.
      You should show the number of days spent in the UK because of exceptional circumstances beyond your control, for example, an illness that occurred while you were in the UK which prevented you from travelling. Other examples of exceptional circumstances would be national and local disasters, such as civil unrest, natural disasters and the outbreak of war. The maximum number of days that can be attributed to exceptional circumstances is 60 in any tax year.
      Work days
      Workdays you spent in the UK

      Click to read the text

      Number of workdays you spent in the UK
      Please enter the total number of days on which you worked for more than three hours in the UK in tax year.
      (For crew, report day even if under 3 hours UK duty counts as a work day in the UK). Count report days in the UK, training day, STB, etc. in the UK.
      Workdays you spent overseas

      PLEASE NOTE If you have a relevant job in the UK AS CREW we do not need this figure.
      Click to read the text

      Number of workdays you spent overseas
      Please enter in box 14 the total number of days on which you worked for
      more than three hours overseas in the tax year.

      If you have a relevant job in the UK as crew we do not need this figure.
      Additional information 2020
      OTHER INCOME 
      Please indicate if you have any of the following income in any of the tax years you need to file. You will be able to provide information about this income on the next page.

      IMPORTANT

      If you are self employed in an other country and need to pay social security in the UK under art. 13 EU regulations 883/2004, please make sure to also state your self employment income in your self assessment.

      • 1.- Rent any Land & Property (renting out a property)
      • 2.- Receive interest or dividends from any bank or company in the UK  (or abroad if UK Resident)
      • 3.- Work as self employed
      • 4.- Have any capital gains from selling assets (property, shares, Gains)
      • 5.- Did you receive income from any private pension during the tax year selected? (Does not include state pension)
      • 6.- Were you liable to make repayments on an income-contingent student loan in any tax year
      • 7.- Did you or your partner receive child benefit 
      • 8.- Are you a Company director in the UK in any tax year

      Additional information tax year 2020

      2020 Land & property information
      Please add all the information about your property income and expenses. If you have more than one property rented, please add an other property clicking on "add an other property" at the end.

      Important Information
      As a NON UK RESIDENT you do not need to provide information about rental income outside the UK. Please untick the Land & property box.
      Property details

      IMPORTANT

      Please make sure to give the property income and expenses details for the whole tax year from April to April, not the monthly amount you receive.(Monthly income x number of months rented)

      Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.

      Make sure the person or persons renting the property with you also complete a self-assessment.



      State "myself" if you are keeping the records

      Income

      £
      .00
      Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.

      £
      .00
      Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.
      Expenses
      HMRC on expenses


      £
      .00
      Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.

      £
      .00
      Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.
      2018, 2019 & 2020
      If you have a capital repayment mortgage, you can only claim on the portion of your mortgage payments that go towards interest. But from 2017-2018, this relief is being scaled down so that landlords can only deduct 75% of their mortgage interest. This has drop to 50% in 2018-2019 and 25% in 2019-2020

      Any amount of the tax reduction not utilised in 2017/18 will be carried forward to the next tax year.


      £
      You can only deduct the interest paid on your mortgage - 75% in 2018 and 50% in 2019. Please request a statement of interest paid to your bank. HERE STATE THE TOTAL AMOUNT IF INTEREST PAID BY YOU
      2020 calculation

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      You can only deduct the interest paid on your mortgage - 25% if it. This is your 25% based on the figure above

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      You can only deduct the interest paid on your mortgage. Please request a statement of interest paid to your bank.

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      Please make sure to send us a receipt or proof of purchase for each item or expense

      The Wear and Tear Allowance for fully furnished properties will be replaced with a relief that enables all landlords of residential dwelling houses to deduct the costs they actually incur on replacing furnishings, appliances and kitchenware in the property.
      The relief given will be for the cost of a like-for-like, or nearest modern equivalent, replacement asset, plus any costs incurred in disposing of, or less any proceeds received for, the asset being replaced.

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      Please make sure to send us a receipt or proof of purchase for each item or expense

      Self Employed/Partnership information

      Self Employed/Partnership information




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      Self Employed information
      Detailed expenses
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      Savings, dividends and investments

      NR NOTICE Foreign
      You have indicated savings or dividends from abroad but you are a NON UK RESIDENT.
      You do not need to declare income from abroad in the UK. Please declare it in your country of residence.
      NR NOTICE Savings
      You have indicated savings or dividends in the UK.
      You only need to declare interest or dividends received from UK accounts if you have paid taxes in the UK.












      . Please select " add additional account " to add information related to a new account.
      Capital Gains

      Shares information
      A listed company is one who has offered its shares for trading in a stock exchange. You can buy or sell shares openly. A unlisted company is that which has not offered shares for trading. ... And those companies whose shares are not listed nor traded on stock exchanges are unlisted companies

      Trust

      Settlor
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      Beneficiary
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      Shares and securites
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      Residencial Property
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      Other Property, assets and gains
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      . Please select " add further asset " to add information relating to a different asset.
      Carried interest
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      . Please select " add an other item for capital gains " for a new asset.
      Private Pensions
      Please ONLY complete this section if you received a pension payment from a private pension provider, NOT if you are contributing to a pension.
      Please provide information about your pension provider and add as many private pensions as you may have in the UK (and abroad if UK resident)



      Student Loan

      Child Benefit
      You have indicated that child benefit was received by either yourself or your partner during the tax year.
      The child benefit tax charge is applied in the following circumstances:
      • your net adjusted income was over £50,000, and
      • you or your partner (if you have one) received Child Benefit during 2017-18 (this also applies if someone else claims Child Benefit for a child who lives with you and pays you or your partner for the child's upkeep), and
      • couples only - your income was higher than your partner's.






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      Company Director information




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      If you were company director for more than one company in any of the tax years you need to file, please add another company using the "add other company" link below.

      Tax years 2019

      Tax Year 2019
      Please provide the information for the tax year 2018 (From April 2018 to April 2019)


      DOMICILE
      DO NOT SELECT NON DOM IF YOU ARE NOT USING THE REMITTANCE BASIS OR HAVE NOT BEEN ADVICE TO SELECT IT, AS THIS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. ONLY FOR NON DOMICILE UK RESIDENTS.
      ---------------------------------------------------
      IF YOU HAVE RETURNED TO THE UK CONTACT US FOR ADVICE BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORM
      ---------------------------------------------------
      Please read HMRC notice on NON DOMICILE and contact us if you need help assessing your NON DOMICILE status. CLICK HERE to open a link.

      Please select yes if you are UK resident and use the remittance basis, for a split year or full tax year. Normally as a non resident, NON DOMICILE should not apply to you.


      Please nopte, you will need to send details of all income remitted to the UK.


      Employment updates and allowances

      Employment updates and allowances



      Date you left - New Date of joining - Date transferred to new base



      For Flight Crew:
      • BALPA deduction. You could deduct 67% of your annual BALPA subscription. You can indicate your union fees and allowable deduction. 
      • The cost of travel, subsistence and accommodation costs associated with working at a temporary workplace ONLY when you are working away from your home base and the costs are not paid by your employer); PLEASE NOTE, YOU CANNOT DEDUCT PERSONAL EXPENSES TO AND FROM HOME OR COMMUTING.
      • The cost of subsistence before or during a flight where these are not paid by your employer; and
      • Capital allowances for your noise-cancelling headset where this is not provided by your employer
      • Please note, we already include on your Tax Return a  flat rate fixed expense allowance (FREA) of £1,022 per annum for all uniformed commercial pilots and other unformed flight deck crew plus an additional £110 per annum for travel to and from medical examinations, flight simulator sessions, technical refreshers courses and other training.

      For Cabin Crew:

      Please note, a flat rate fixed expense allowance (FREA) of £720 per annum for uniform cleaning is already included on your return
      • BASSA/UNION fees.
      • The cost of replacing uniform items, if not paid by the company. 
      • Duplicate passport


      £
      .00
      Expenses information and P11

      By law, at the end of each tax year your employer must give HMRC details of any expenses payments, benefits and facilities they have given to each of their employees or directors. They must also include any expenses payments, benefits or facilities provided to members of the director’s or employee’s family or household.

      Student Loan

      Check your P60 or P45
      Student Loan information
      Student Loan Plan Type

      You will have a Plan 1 Student Loan if:

      You lived in Scotland or Northern Ireland when you started your course, or
      You lived in England or Wales and started your course before September 2012.

      You will have a Plan 2 Student Loan if you lived in England or Wales and started your course on or after 1 September 2012.

      Pension Payments



      Pension contributions information
      Please provide information on your private pension plans and /or contributions made to pension plans over 40,000.00GBP






      Gifts to charity or GAYE

      Pension contributions information
      You can claim tax relief on cash gifts and donations made to charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs. Note that you must have paid enough Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in the tax year to cover the tax reclaimed by those charities and clubs from your Gift Aid donations. Council tax and VAT do not count for this purpose.





      Non Resident information

      Click to read the text

      Family tie
      You have a family tie if your:
      • husband, wife or civil partner (unless you are separated), is resident in the UK for the selected Tax year.
      • partner, who you live with as husband and wife or as civil partners, is resident in the UK for the selected Tax year.
      • child under the age of 18, is resident in the UK for the selected Tax year.


      Accommodation tie

      You have an accommodation tie for a Tax year if you have a place to live in the UK and:
          ▪    it is available to you for a continuous period of 91 days or more during that year, and you spend 1 or more nights there during that year, or
          ▪    if it is at the home of a close relative (see next paragraph), you spend 16 or more nights there during the year.

      A close relative for the purposes of the accommodation tie is a:
          ▪    parent or grandparent
          ▪    brother or sister
          ▪    child or grandchild aged 18 or over

      They can be your blood or half-blood relative or someone related through marriage or civil partnership. Adopted children are considered to be your children for these purposes.

      Gaps of fewer than 16 days in the availability of the accommodation will count towards the continuous period of availability.

      You have a place to live in the UK if you have a home, holiday home or temporary retreat in the UK, or other accommodation that you can live in when you are in the UK.

      Work tie
      You have a work tie for a Tax year if you do more than three hours of work a day in the UK on at least 40 days in that year (whether continuously or intermittently). However, there are special rules about what constitutes three hours of UK work for people in relevant jobs. (ex: Crew)

      You have a relevant job if:
            ▪    You hold an employment where your duties consist of duties which are performed on board a vehicle, aircraft or ship while it is travelling, or
            ▪    You carry on a trade and the activities of that trade or the services you provide are on board a vehicle, aircraft or ship while it is travelling and you have to be present in person on board the vehicle, aircraft or ship while it is travelling

        and substantially all of the trips you make in performing those duties or carrying on those activities are cross-border trips; that is trips that involve crossing an international boundary at sea, in the air or on land.

        For the purposes of the work tie, on any day on which you make a cross-border trip starting in the UK, you will be treated as having worked more than three hours in the UK on that day.

        90 day tie
        You have a 90 day tie for the selected Tax year if you have spent more than 90 days in the UK in either or both of the previous 2 Tax years. You are considered to have spent a day in the UK if you are in the UK at the end of the day (midnight).

        Country tie
        You have a country tie for the selected Tax year if the UK is the country in which you were present at midnight, for the greatest number of days in that Tax year.

        If the number of days you were present in a country at midnight is the same for 2 or more countries in a Tax year, and 1 of those countries is the UK,then you will have a country tie for that tax year if that is the greatest numberof days you spend in any country in that Tax year.

        For more detailed information CLICK HERE
        If you have a home abroad select yes. A home is where you live.
        Roster information

        You can either attach your rosters or send it by e-mail

        UK Days

        Click to read the text

        Number of days spent in the UK during the tax year selected. You should include all the days during the tax year selected on which you were in the UK at the end of the day (at midnight). You must include in the total any days when you were in the UK at the end of the day due to exceptional circumstances. You may exclude transit days from this figure. A transit day is a day when you arrive in the UK as a passenger and leave the next day as a passenger . Between your arrival and departure you do not engage in any activities unrelated to your passage through the UK.
        Exceptional circumstances

        Click to read the text

        Number of days attributed to exceptional circumstances.
        You should show the number of days spent in the UK because of exceptional circumstances beyond your control, for example, an illness that occurred while you were in the UK which prevented you from travelling. Other examples of exceptional circumstances would be national and local disasters, such as civil unrest, natural disasters and the outbreak of war. The maximum number of days that can be attributed to exceptional circumstances is 60 in any tax year.
        Workdays you spent in the UK

        Click to read the text

        Number of workdays you spent in the UK
        Please enter the total number of days on which you worked for more than three hours in the UK in tax year.
        (For crew, report day even if under 3 hours UK duty counts as a work day in the UK). Count report days in the UK, training day, STB, etc. in the UK.
        Workdays you spent overseas

        PLEASE NOTE If you have a relevant job in the UK AS CREW we do not need this figure.
        Click to read the text

        Number of workdays you spent overseas
        Please enter in box 14 the total number of days on which you worked for
        more than three hours overseas in the tax year.

        If you have a relevant job in the UK as crew we do not need this figure.
        Additional information 2019
        OTHER INCOME 
        Please indicate if you have any of the following income in any of the tax years you need to file. You will be able to provide information about this income on the next page.

        IMPORTANT

        If you are self employed in an other country and need to pay social security in the UK under art. 13 EU regulations 883/2004, please make sure to also state your self employment income in your self assessment.

        • 1.- Rent any Land & Property (renting out a property)
        • 2.- Receive interest or dividends from any bank or company in the UK  (or abroad if UK Resident)
        • 3.- Work as self employed
        • 4.- Have any capital gains from selling assets (property, shares, Gains)
        • 5.- Did you receive income from any private pension during the tax year selected? (Does not include state pension)
        • 6.- Were you liable to make repayments on an income-contingent student loan in any tax year
        • 7.- Did you or your partner receive child benefit 
        • 8.- Are you a Company director in the UK in any tax year

        Additional information tax year 2019

        2019 Land & property information
        Please add all the information about your property income and expenses. If you have more than one property rented, please add an other property clicking on "add an other property" at the end.

        Important Information
        As a NON UK RESIDENT you do not need to provide information about rental income outside the UK. Please untick the Land & property box.
        Property details

        IMPORTANT

        Please make sure to give the property income and expenses details for the whole tax year from April to April, not the monthly amount you receive.(Monthly income x number of months rented)

        Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.

        Make sure the person or persons renting the property with you also complete a self-assessment.



        State "myself" if you are keeping the records

        Income

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        Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.

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        Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.
        Expenses
        HMRC on expenses


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        Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.

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        Only state your share of income and expenses if rented jointly with someone else.
        2018, 2019 & 2020
        If you have a capital repayment mortgage, you can only claim on the portion of your mortgage payments that go towards interest. But from 2017-2018, this relief is being scaled down so that landlords can only deduct 75% of their mortgage interest. This has drop to 50% in 2018-2019 and 25% in 2019-2020

        Any amount of the tax reduction not utilised in 2017/18 will be carried forward to the next tax year.


        £
        You can only deduct the interest paid on your mortgage - 75% in 2018 and 50% in 2019. Please request a statement of interest paid to your bank. HERE STATE THE TOTAL AMOUNT IF INTEREST PAID BY YOU
        2019 calculation

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        You can only deduct the interest paid on your mortgage - 50% if it. This is your 50% based on the figure above

        £

        £
        .00

        £
        .00

        £
        .00
        Please make sure to send us a receipt or proof of purchase for each item or expense

        The Wear and Tear Allowance for fully furnished properties will be replaced with a relief that enables all landlords of residential dwelling houses to deduct the costs they actually incur on replacing furnishings, appliances and kitchenware in the property.
        The relief given will be for the cost of a like-for-like, or nearest modern equivalent, replacement asset, plus any costs incurred in disposing of, or less any proceeds received for, the asset being replaced.

        £
        .00
        Please make sure to send us a receipt or proof of purchase for each item or expense

        Self Employed/Partnership information

        Self Employed/Partnership information




        06/04/
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        05/04/
        .
        £
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        Self Employed information
        Detailed expenses
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        Savings, dividends and investments

        NR NOTICE Foreign
        You have indicated savings or dividends from abroad but you are a NON UK RESIDENT.
        You do not need to declare income from abroad in the UK. Please declare it in your country of residence.
        NR NOTICE Savings
        You have indicated savings or dividends in the UK.
        You only need to declare interest or dividends received from UK accounts if you have paid taxes in the UK.












        . Please select " add additional account " to add information related to a new account.
        Capital Gains

        Shares information
        A listed company is one who has offered its shares for trading in a stock exchange. You can buy or sell shares openly. A unlisted company is that which has not offered shares for trading. ... And those companies whose shares are not listed nor traded on stock exchanges are unlisted companies

        Trust

        Settlor
        £
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        Beneficiary
        £
        .00
        £
        .00
        Shares and securites
        £
        .00
        £
        .00



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        Residencial Property
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        Other Property, assets and gains
        £
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        £
        .00



        £
        .00
        £
        .00
        £
        .00

        . Please select " add further asset " to add information relating to a different asset.
        Carried interest
        £
        .00
        £
        .00



        £
        .00
        £
        .00
        £
        .00

        . Please select " add an other item for capital gains " for a new asset.
        Private Pensions
        Please ONLY complete this section if you received a pension payment from a private pension provider, NOT if you are contributing to a pension.
        Please provide information about your pension provider and add as many private pensions as you may have in the UK (and abroad if UK resident)



        Student Loan

        Child Benefit
        You have indicated that child benefit was received by either yourself or your partner during the tax year.
        The child benefit tax charge is applied in the following circumstances:
        • your net adjusted income was over £50,000, and
        • you or your partner (if you have one) received Child Benefit during 2017-18 (this also applies if someone else claims Child Benefit for a child who lives with you and pays you or your partner for the child's upkeep), and
        • couples only - your income was higher than your partner's.






        £
        .00


        Company Director information




        £
        .00
        If you were company director for more than one company in any of the tax years you need to file, please add another company using the "add other company" link below.

        Tax years 2018

        Tax Year 2018
        Please provide the information for the current tax year 2021 (From April 2020 to April 2021)


        DOMICILE
        DO NOT SELECT NON DOM IF YOU ARE NOT USING THE REMITTANCE BASIS OR HAVE NOT BEEN ADVICE TO SELECT IT, AS THIS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. ONLY FOR NON DOMICILE UK RESIDENTS.
        ---------------------------------------------------
        IF YOU HAVE RETURNED TO THE UK CONTACT US FOR ADVICE BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORM
        ---------------------------------------------------
        Please read HMRC notice on NON DOMICILE and contact us if you need help assessing your NON DOMICILE status. CLICK HERE to open a link.

        Please select yes if you are UK resident and use the remittance basis, for a split year or full tax year. Normally as a non resident, NON DOMICILE should not apply to you.


        Please nopte, you will need to send details of all income remitted to the UK.


        Employment updates and allowances

        Employment updates and allowances



        Date you left - New Date of joining - Date transferred to new base



        For Flight Crew:
        • BALPA deduction. You could deduct 67% of your annual BALPA subscription. You can indicate your union fees and allowable deduction. 
        • The cost of travel, subsistence and accommodation costs associated with working at a temporary workplace ONLY when you are working away from your home base and the costs are not paid by your employer); PLEASE NOTE, YOU CANNOT DEDUCT PERSONAL EXPENSES TO AND FROM HOME OR COMMUTING.
        • The cost of subsistence before or during a flight where these are not paid by your employer; and
        • Capital allowances for your noise-cancelling headset where this is not provided by your employer
        • Please note, we already include on your Tax Return a  flat rate fixed expense allowance (FREA) of £1,022 per annum for all uniformed commercial pilots and other unformed flight deck crew plus an additional £110 per annum for travel to and from medical examinations, flight simulator sessions, technical refreshers courses and other training.

        For Cabin Crew:

        Please note, a flat rate fixed expense allowance (FREA) of £720 per annum for uniform cleaning is already included on your return
        • BASSA/UNION fees.
        • The cost of replacing uniform items, if not paid by the company. 
        • Duplicate passport


        £
        .00
        Expenses information and P11

        By law, at the end of each tax year your employer must give HMRC details of any expenses payments, benefits and facilities they have given to each of their employees or directors. They must also include any expenses payments, benefits or facilities provided to members of the director’s or employee’s family or household.

        Student Loan

        Check your P60 or P45
        Student Loan information
        Student Loan Plan Type

        You will have a Plan 1 Student Loan if:

        You lived in Scotland or Northern Ireland when you started your course, or
        You lived in England or Wales and started your course before September 2012.

        You will have a Plan 2 Student Loan if you lived in England or Wales and started your course on or after 1 September 2012.

        Pension Payments



        Pension contributions information
        Please provide information on your private pension plans and /or contributions made to pension plans over 40,000.00GBP