Don’t risk HMRC fines.
The SA106 form is a document you need to fill and submit to HMRC if you are a UK tax resident, but you have to pay tax on foreign income.
Use it for:
All of these will get taxed in the same way and at the same tax rates as income from UK sources.
You can find the SA106 form on this HMRC page:
In any case, make sure you first download and read the “Foreign notes” pdf for that tax year – it’s on the same HMRC page.
It will explain what each item from the SA106 form means.
You need to attach it to your SA100 form.
You cannot file the SA106 form by itself.
Nope, you will only need to file the form if you decide to submit your tax return in paper format.
At TaxScouts we can file your tax return online for you instead – and for a flat £149.
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