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Self Assessment 21/22 Checklist

5th April 2022 marked the end of the 21/22 tax year meaning from today we can now start preparing your self assessment for the year. Below is a checklist of information we would ask for to assist us in doing this. Not all will apply to you, but do read through in case there are income sources or information you didn't realise had to be declared.



INCOME SOURCES

  • Employment For all employments held during the tax year, you should have either a P60 or P45. If you have received taxable benefits during the year that aren't on your payslip your employer should provide you with a P11d


  • Rental Property If we don't already have them please provide details of the property being let

Rental receipts any management fee paid split out separately


Details of all expenditure on the rental property during the year


Mortgage statement showing the capital/interest repayment split for the

property


  • Sole Trader Business If you use online bookkeeping software, please notify us once your records are up to date. Otherwise email us your spreadsheet/digital records accordingly

If you keep hard copy books and records we would request these too.


  • Bank Interest Bank interest is usually paid gross (no tax deducted), so summaries of interest received on any bank accounts is required. (You do not need to send us information about interest from cash ISAs)


  • Dividends Dividends from any UK companies (Public or private)that you are a shareholder of (If you we act for the company we will already have this information when we prepare the company accounts

We do not require dividends for companies held within stocks and shares ISA's


  • Pension Received State Pension and Private pensions - please forward your p60 for private pensions


  • State Benefits e.g Jobseekers or maternity allowance


  • Other Income

COVID Support Grants - Any Additional COVID support grants either

from Local authority or from the Self Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) between 6 April 2021 and 5th April 2022

Capital Gains - if you sold any shares or other assets in the tax year, including

property we will need a breakdown of what you sold, when you sold it and the amount you sold it for.

Foreign income - if you are UK resident then you need to declare your

worldwide income on your UK tax return. You'll need to provide details of any foreign income received during the tax year including any foreign tax paid.



OTHER INFORMATION


  • Job Expenses

  • Mileage - if you receive less than 45p per mile for business mileage in your own vehicle from your employer, then you should be able to make a claim for the underpayment to reduce you liability - we will need the number of business miles required.

  • Professional subscriptions

  • Uniform Allowance - if your employer has a dress code then you may be eligible to various reliefs including uniform and cleaning allowances

  • Work from home allowances


  • Pensions Contributions Personal pension contributions - if you contribute to a personal scheme, please provide

  1. The name of the provider

  2. Your contract/membership number

  3. The amounts and dates of the contributions.

Company pension contributions - After tax contribution - "relief at source" You may be able to claim additional

tax relief on these contributions so you will need to provide us with your

payslips for the full year.


Before tax contribution - "net pay'"in your pension documents. We likely only need this info if you have exceeded the pension threshold in the year.


We'll happily review your pension documents to advise which sort of

pension you have if you are unsure.


  • SEIS/EIS (Enterprise Investment Scheme) Certificate from HMRC (form SEIS3) for each investment


  • Charitable Giving Primarily in relation to higher rate taxpayers, we would need the charity name, donation amount, date of donation and whether or not gift aid was claimed


  • Child Benefit If you receive child benefit and are earning over £50,000 we will have to indicate this on the return


  • Marriage Allowance eligible? If one spouse is below the higher rate threshold (£50,270) and the other spouse is below the personal allowance (£12,570) you can claim the marriage allowance


  • Any Tax Code notices received


  • Student Loans Notify us if you have a student loan and whether you have made any additional contributions throughout the year


  • Any change of circumstances - Please let us know if there are any changed to your personal details including, name, address, marital status and number of dependents


As ever, if you are unsure whether something needs to be included or not, just ask!


The deadline for submitting the 2021/22 Self Assessment Return is 31st January 2023, however we advise all clients to arrange for their returns to be completed as soon as possible to allow for proper planning and avoid the last minute rush