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We are now ready for your 2017 tax return by the end of April 2017. Still need to file a 2014, 2015 or 2016 Tax return? Simply complete your details and follow the simple steps. No need for password.




Select and follow the simple steps on the form to provide the information we need to help you.

Basic Info

current info

Please choose NON UK Resident if you were non resident during the tax year, even if you returned to the UK between April 5th 2016 and April 5th 2017. 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.

new info

Please choose NON UK Resident if you were non resident during the tax year, even if you returned to the UK between April 5th 2016 and April 5th 2017. If you have returned to the UK as a non resident, then make sure to supply your old Foreign address and your new UK address as well.




Current Customer


Your Staff or employee number normally

We are now preparing and dealing with 2016 tax return,(from April 2015 to April 2016) if you have not filed any previous tax returns or need to amend other tax return years, please select yes.


Changes Current Customers

Pleaseprovide any new changes on the online form, like new address or contract, evenif you have email the update before, as we need to have records on the onlineform to update your tax return and HMRC.




Customer Forms
As a non resident you may need to apply or renew some of the non resident forms.
S1 form will certify your National Insurance contributions to have health coverage in your country of residence within the EU.
NRL form will allow you to have your Land and Property income in the UK tax exempt, but will need to be declared in your tax return under Land & Property.
If you would like to receive the European Helth Card please select the service and we will apply for it on your behalf.



Please provide a UK address to deliver the EHC as it can only be delivered to a UK address





If you have already file the S1 application or previous E106/E109 forms with Us, we do not need any further information and the form will be sent to you by post in the next few days.

If you have not completed the application with us before, please select 1st time.

New Customer
UK Resident


Non UK Residents

UTR

If you just arrived into the UK or need a UTR number to work, please go to the UTR form Application to obtain your UTR as soon as possible.

DO NOT CONTINUE WITH THIS FORM.

CLICK HERE



NR P85 info

P85 FORM HELP AND INFORMATION

Select NO.- If you do not have a UTR number or have never completed a P85 form to inform HMRC you are a non resident and have left (or planning to leave) the UK, we will need to complete and file a P85 form and SA1 form to be able to obtain the UTR number and register you for self assessment, even if you already commute and have been abroad for several years. If you are gegistered for Self Assessment as a UK resident and are planning to leave the UK or have already left the UK and hold a UTR number you will also need to complete the P85 form.

Select YES.- If you are already registered for self assessment as a non resident and hold a UTR number there is no need to file a P85 form, and make sure to supply your UTR number.


New Customer Forms
As a non resident you may need to apply or renew some of the non resident forms.
S1 form will certify your National Insurance contributions to have health coverage in your country of residence within the EU.
NRL form will allow you to have your Land and Property income in the UK tax exempt, but will need to be declared in your tax return under Land & Property.
If you would like to receive the European Helth Card please select the service and we will apply for it on your behalf.



Please provide a UK address to deliver the EHC as it can only be delivered to a UK address




Tax Years

Tax year information

2017 amendment

If you have not filed a tax return for this particular year before, change your choice and select New tax return please! Otherwise send us or attach a copy if you have it. 



Please give estimated date if not sure



2016 amendment

If you have not filed a tax return for this particular year before, change your choice and select New tax return please! Otherwise send us or attach a copy if you have it. 


Please give estimated date if not sure




2015 amendment

If you have not filed a tax return for this particular year before, change your choice and select New tax return please! Otherwise send us or attach a copy if you have it. 



Please give estimated date if not sure



2014 amendment

If you have not filed a tax return for this particular year before, change your choice and select New tax return please! Otherwise send us or attach a copy if you have it. 


Please give estimated date if not sure



Xpress Service

2016
warning 2

The deadline to file the 2016 tax return is January 31st 2017.

We can only guarantee to file your  tax return before the deadline if you register by December 1st 2016. If you would like to make sure we file as soon as possible and avoid HMRC penalties on late tax return, please select the Xpress Service (50.00GBP), Otherwise we will have to file the tax return on registration order.

The Xpress service includes appeal if you have reasons to be late and file after January 31st 2017.

It is your responsibility to register and file your tax return well before the deadline to avoid penalties.

Please make sure we have received the documents we need, Payment and registration or we will not be able to file on time and online.


Tax years
warning 2

The deadline to file the 2014, 2015 and 2016 tax return was January 31st of the following year. (Jan 31st 2015 for tax year 2014 and so on) We can only guarantee to file or amend your  tax return before the deadline if you register by December 1st on that year. If you would like to make sure we file as soon as possible and avoid HMRC penalties on late previous tax return, please select the Xpress Service (50.00GBP), Otherwise we will have to file the tax return on registration order.

The Express service includes appeal if you have reasons to be late.

It is your responsibility to register and file your tax return well before the deadline to avoid penalties.

Please make sure we have received the documents we need, Payment and registration or we will not be able to file on time and online.






Reasonable excuse - some examples

Generally, a 'reasonable excuse' is when some unforeseeable or unusual event beyond your control has prevented you from filing your return on time. For example:

  • a failure in the HMRC computer system
  • your computer breaks down just before or during the preparation of your online return
  • a serious illness, disability or serious mental health condition has made you incapable of filing your tax return
  • you registered for HMRC Online Services but didn't get your Activation Code in time

Remember, these are just examples. They can only apply if the problem actually prevented you from filing your return on time when you otherwise would have done. Each case is unique and will be considered on its own merits. You should still always send your tax return as soon as you can.

HMRC will not accept an excuse where you haven't made a reasonable effort to meet the deadline. For example, you:

  • found the online system too complicated to follow
  • left everything to your accountant to do and they let you down
  • forgot about the deadline
  • did not try to re-submit your return on time once a problem with the IT system was put right
  • registered for HMRC Online Services after the filing deadline (eg 31 January for Self Assessment) 

P85 form information

Section 1 About you:
3. Your most recent address in the UK (use capital letters) The UK is England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (Your last address before you left the UK)










14 How many days do you expect to spend in the UK between your date of leaving the UK and the following 5 April?
Days
Days
Days


17 B If Yes, please tell us the address of the accommodation






2 Income you get from the UK after you leave
Income from UK property


3 Your employment

If Yes, use that date to calculate the estimated number of days you will work more than 3 hours each day in the UK:










S1 form (Former E106-E109 form information)

Certificate E109 is normally issued to persons living and working in the United Kingdom (UK) who require health care cover for dependants living in another European Economic Area (EEA) country. (UK RESIDENTS)

Certificate E106 is normally issued to persons that are resident abroad and liable to pay UK National Insurance contributions. (NON RESIDENTS)

This is now called the new form S1 

Application for health care cover in the European Economic Area

 















Dependant’s details






Last address in the UK





Premier Service

premier 1

*The "Premier Service" price includes full printed copy of your tax return and delivery by courier service. When doing more than one tax return at the time, all returns are included on the premier service. Delivery once the tax return has been filed and accepted by HMRC.


**within Europe, please check supplement charge or mail options for any other countries. We cannot deliver courier to PO boxes so alternative delivery will be used.


Updates



Please select carefully




Address







Employer Details



Address






Other Details
Date job Started Date job Finished
We will need your P45
Airline Crew


















Personal Details















leave blank if you do not hold a UTR number yet
Current Address











select the address you would like to add
Mailing Address (for post and delivery only)





UK Address (non residents only)





Your employment details

Please select

If you have more than one job, please choose as many as needed.
Airline Crew














Employer Details



Address






Other Details
Date job Started Date job Finished
We will need your P45

Tax Year 2014 (From April 5th 2013 to April 5th 2014)

2014


Non Residents Questions
NR 2014
UK Ties





Box 12 How many ties to the UK did you have in 2013–14?
Please enter in box 12 the number of UK ties you had in 2013–14.
You should list which ties apply to you. The ties
that you need to consider are as follows.
Family tie
You have a family tie if your:
• husband, wife or civil partner (unless you are separated)
• partner, who you live with as husband and wife or as civil partners
• child under the age of 18; special rules apply to children,
is resident in the UK for 2013–14.
Accommodation tie
You have an accommodation tie for tax year 2013–14 if you have a place to
live in the UK available to you for a continuous period of 91 days and you
spend at least one night there in 2013–14. If the available accommodation
is the home of a close relative you must spend at least 16 nights there for an
accommodation tie to exist.
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:
1.- 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
2.- 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 if in either of the tax years 2011–12 or 2012–13
you were in the UK for more than 90 days (that is, at midnight).
Country tie
You have a country tie if the UK is the country you are present in for the
greatest number of midnights in the tax year 2013–14. This tie only needs to
be considered if you were resident in one or more of the tax years 2010–11,
2011–12 and 2012–13.



NR UK days and work information
UK Days

Days

Number of days spent in the UK during 2013–14
You should include all the days during 2013–14 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. Between your arrival and departure you do not
engage in any activities unrelated to your passage through the UK.
Exceptional circumstances


Number of days attributed to exceptional circumstances
You should show in box 11 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


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 2013–14.

(For crew, report day even if under 3 hours UK duty counts as a work day in the UK)
workdays you spent overseas

Days

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 tax year 2013–14.

If you have a relevant job in the UK as crew we do not need this figure.




% Non UK Taxable

£
.00

Self Employed 2014 Information
If you were self-employed in 2013-2014, please enter the following details for your business.

DD/MM/YYYY

DD/MM/YYYY

£
.00

Annualised turnover

There are other reasons why you may wish to complete a full form:
  • You have overlap profit brought forward from previous years
  • You want to provide a detailed breakdown of your expenses, including disallowable expenses
  • You qualify for averaging adjustment relief
  • Your basis period is not the same as your accounting period and you wish to claim a basis period adjustment
  • You want to claim Agricultural or Industrial Buildings Allowance?
  • You have changed the basis for preparing your accounts, e.g. from ‘cash basis’ to GAAP ‘true and fair’ basis (only if you actually changed the basis this year).
  • Your business is carried on abroad
  • You are a practicing barrister (advocate in Scotland)
  • You provide services under contracts for professional or other services and these contracts span your accounting date?
  • You want to make an adjustment to your profits chargeable to Class 4 NICs (for example, because your profits include earnings as an employee).

Short Form Details






DD/MM/YYYY

DD/MM/YYYY

Short Form – Income


£
.00
Short Form – Allowable Expenses

If you are attaching your accounts and Income and Expenses details, just enter the totals to the best of your knowledge.

Ifyour annual turnover was below £79,000 you may just put your total expenses in box 20, rather than filling in the whole section.


£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

Short Form – Adjustments

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00
Short Form – Tax and Class 4

£
.00




You can claim any tax paid on any interest you received on your UK savings and investments as a non resdient in the UK. This is only if the total taxable income in the UK is below the tax free allowance.


Attachments Pay-slip or other documents to attach

Please remember we need your march payslip AND P60 for the year or P45 for each job you had during the tax year. You can attach the documents here or send them by post, fax or e-mail to us. We will not be able to complete the self assessment without these information and documents. If you send the documents by post, send only copies and by registered post.


British Airways Crew and employees can save the march payslip from ESS as printable version and attach it to the online form as well as send it by e-mail.

Land & property Information
Property abroad details



Abroad for UK residents only.
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 renting the property with you also completes a self-assessment.




Address






£

£


£

£

£

£

£

£
Capital Gains, Savings and Shares...

Savings and Investments
Other income from UK savings and investments (except dividends)




£

£

£
Capital Gains

A fee will be added for the Capital Gains forms and may be higher or refunded if no Capital Gains are needed.
Dividends and shares


£

£

Please note, this is only an estimated cost for up to 5 Bank accounts, 5 dividend transactions/accounts and capital gains, subject to confirmation and quote depending on work load.



£
.00
2014 CHILD BENEFIT INFORMATION


2014 Child benefit details




DD/MM/YYYY
Pension Income 2014


Click here to select File >>>
GAYE 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.


Student Loan


Tax Year 2015 (From April 5th 2014 to April 5th 2015)

2015


Non Residents Questions
NR 2015
UK Ties





Box 12 How many ties to the UK did you have in 2014–15?
Please enter in box 12 the number of UK ties you had in 2014–15.
You should list which ties apply to you. The ties
that you need to consider are as follows.
Family tie
You have a family tie if your:
• husband, wife or civil partner (unless you are separated)
• partner, who you live with as husband and wife or as civil partners
• child under the age of 18; special rules apply to children,
is resident in the UK for 2014–15.
Accommodation tie
You have an accommodation tie for tax year 2014–15 if you have a place to
live in the UK available to you for a continuous period of 91 days and you
spend at least one night there in 2014–15. If the available accommodation
is the home of a close relative you must spend at least 16 nights there for an
accommodation tie to exist.
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:
1.- 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
2.- 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 if in either of the tax years 2012–13 or 2013–14
you were in the UK for more than 90 days (that is, at midnight).
Country tie
You have a country tie if the UK is the country you are present in for the
greatest number of midnights in the tax year 2014–15. This tie only needs to
be considered if you were resident in one or more of the tax years 2011–12,
2012–13 and 2013–14.





Overseas test help and information
Automatic overseas tests
1.4 If you meet any of the automatic overseas tests for a tax year, you are automatically non-resident for that year. You should therefore consider these tests first, as if you meet any one of them, you will not need to consider any of the other parts of the test.
First automatic overseas test
1.5 You were resident in the UK for one or more of the three tax years preceding the tax year, and you spend fewer than 16 days in the UK in the tax year. If an individual dies in the tax year this test does not apply.  
Second automatic overseas test
1.6 You were resident in the UK for none of the three tax years preceding the tax year, and you spend fewer than 46 days in the UK in the tax year.
Third automatic overseas test
1.7 You work full-time overseas over the tax year, without any significant breaks during the tax year from overseas work, and:

you spend fewer than 91 days in the UK in the tax year,

the number of days in the tax year on which you work for more than three hours in the UK is less than 31.

1.8 The third automatic overseas test does not apply to you if:
you have a relevant job on board a vehicle, aircraft or ship at any time in the relevant tax year, and
at least six of the trips you make in that year as part of that job are cross-border trips that:

begin in the UK

end in the UK, or

begin and end in the UK.

1.9 If you do not meet any of the automatic overseas tests, you should look at the automatic UK tests. If you meet any of the automatic UK tests you are resident in the UK for the tax year. If you do not meet any of the automatic UK tests you will need to consider the sufficient ties test.
You can contact us and do the yet online at www.uktaxes.net or click here

NR UK days and work information
UK Days

Days

Number of days spent in the UK during 2014–15
You should include all the days during 2014–15 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. Between your arrival and departure you do not
engage in any activities unrelated to your passage through the UK.
Exceptional circumstances


Number of days attributed to exceptional circumstances
You should show in box 11 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


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 2014–15.

(For crew, report day even if under 3 hours UK duty counts as a work day in the UK)
workdays you spent overseas

Days

(PLEASE NOTE If you have a relevant job in the UK as crew we do not need this figure.)

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 tax year 2014–15.

If you have a relevant job in the UK as crew we do not need this figure.




% Non UK Taxable

£
.00

Self Employed 2015 Information
If you were self-employed in 2014-15, please enter the following details for your business.

DD/MM/YYYY

DD/MM/YYYY

£
.00

Annualised turnover

There are other reasons why you may wish to complete a full form:
  • You have overlap profit brought forward from previous years
  • You want to provide a detailed breakdown of your expenses, including disallowable expenses
  • You qualify for averaging adjustment relief
  • Your basis period is not the same as your accounting period and you wish to claim a basis period adjustment
  • You want to claim Agricultural or Industrial Buildings Allowance?
  • You have changed the basis for preparing your accounts, e.g. from ‘cash basis’ to GAAP ‘true and fair’ basis (only if you actually changed the basis this year).
  • Your business is carried on abroad
  • You are a practicing barrister (advocate in Scotland)
  • You provide services under contracts for professional or other services and these contracts span your accounting date?
  • You want to make an adjustment to your profits chargeable to Class 4 NICs (for example, because your profits include earnings as an employee).

Short Form Details






DD/MM/YYYY

DD/MM/YYYY

Short Form – Income


£
.00
Short Form – Allowable Expenses

If you are attaching your accounts and Income and Expenses details, just enter the totals to the best of your knowledge.

If your annual turnover was below £81,000 you may just put your total expenses in box 20, rather than filling in the whole section.


£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00

Short Form – Adjustments

£
.00

£
.00

£
.00
Short Form – Tax and Class 4

£
.00




You can claim any tax paid on any interest you received on your UK savings and investments as a non resdient in the UK. This is only if the total taxable income in the UK is below the tax free allowance.


Attachments Pay-slip or other documents to attach

Please remember we need your march payslip AND P60 for the year or P45 for each job you had during the tax year. You can attach the documents here or send them by post, fax or e-mail to us. We will not be able to complete the self assessment without these information and documents. If you send the documents by post, send only copies and by registered post.


British Airways Crew and employees can save the march payslip from ESS as printable version and attach it to the online form as well as send it by e-mail.

2015 Land & property Information

Property details
Property abroad details


Own/Jointly Property details 2015

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 renting the property with you also completes a self-assessment.




Address






£

£


£

£

£

£

£

£
2015 Capital Gains, Savings and Shares...

Savings and Investments
Other income from UK savings and investments (except dividends)




£

£

£
2015 Capital Gains

A fee will be added for the Capital Gains forms and may be higher or refunded if no Capital Gains are needed.
2015 Dividends and shares


£

£

Please note, this is only an estimated cost for up to 5 Bank accounts, 5 dividend transactions/accounts and capital gains, subject to confirmation and quote depending on work load.

2015 CHILD BENEFIT INFORMATION


2015 Child benefit details




DD/MM/YYYY
Pension Income 2015


Click here to select File >>>
GAYE 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.


Student Loan


Tax Year 2016 (From April 5th 2015 to April 5th 2016)

2016


Non Residents Questions
NR 2016
UK Ties





Box 12 How many ties to the UK did you have in 2015–16?
Please enter in box 12 the number of UK ties you had in 2015–16.
You should list which ties apply to you. The ties
that you need to consider are as follows.
Family tie
You have a family tie if your:
• husband, wife or civil partner (unless you are separated)
• partner, who you live with as husband and wife or as civil partners
• child under the age of 18; special rules apply to children,
is resident in the UK for 2015–16.
Accommodation tie
You have an accommodation tie for tax year 2015–16 if you have a place to
live in the UK available to you for a continuous period of 91 days and you
spend at least one night there in 2015–16. If the available accommodation
is the home of a close relative you must spend at least 16 nights there for an
accommodation tie to exist.
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:
1.- 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
2.- 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 if in either of the tax years 2013–14 or 2014–15
you were in the UK for more than 90 days (that is, at midnight).
Country tie
You have a country tie if the UK is the country you are present in for the
greatest number of midnights in the tax year 2015–16. This tie only needs to
be considered if you were resident in one or more of the tax years 2012–13,
2013–14 and 2014–15.





Overseas test help and information
Automatic overseas tests
1.4 If you meet any of the automatic overseas tests for a tax year, you are automatically non-resident for that year. You should therefore consider these tests first, as if you meet any one of them, you will not need to consider any of the other parts of the test.
First automatic overseas test
1.5 You were resident in the UK for one or more of the three tax years preceding the tax year, and you spend fewer than 16 days in the UK in the tax year. If an individual dies in the tax year this test does not apply.  
Second automatic overseas test
1.6 You were resident in the UK for none of the three tax years preceding the tax year, and you spend fewer than 46 days in the UK in the tax year.
Third automatic overseas test
1.7 You work full-time overseas over the tax year, without any significant breaks during the tax year from overseas work, and:

you spend fewer than 91 days in the UK in the tax year,

the number of days in the tax year on which you work for more than three hours in the UK is less than 31.

1.8 The third automatic overseas test does not apply to you if:
you have a relevant job on board a vehicle, aircraft or ship at any time in the relevant tax year, and
at least six of the trips you make in that year as part of that job are cross-border trips that:

begin in the UK

end in the UK, or

begin and end in the UK.

1.9 If you do not meet any of the automatic overseas tests, you should look at the automatic UK tests. If you meet any of the automatic UK tests you are resident in the UK for the tax year. If you do not meet any of the automatic UK tests you will need to consider the sufficient ties test.
You can contact us and do the yet online at www.uktaxes.net or click here

NR UK days and work information
UK Days

Days

Number of days spent in the UK during 2015–16
You should include all the days during 2015–16 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. Between your arrival and departure you do not
engage in any activities unrelated to your passage through the UK.
Exceptional circumstances


Number of days attributed to exceptional circumstances
You should show in box 11 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


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 2015–16.

(For crew, report day even if under 3 hours UK duty counts as a work day in the UK)
workdays you spent overseas

Days

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 tax year 2015–16.

If you have a relevant job in the UK as crew we do not need this figure.




% Non UK Taxable

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Self Employed 2016 Information
If you were self-employed in 2015-16, please enter the following details for your business.

DD/MM/YYYY

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Annualised turnover

There are other reasons why you may wish to complete a full form:
  • You have overlap profit brought forward from previous years
  • You want to provide a detailed breakdown of your expenses, including disallowable expenses
  • You qualify for averaging adjustment relief
  • Your basis period is not the same as your accounting period and you wish to claim a basis period adjustment
  • You want to claim Agricultural or Industrial Buildings Allowance?
  • You have changed the basis for preparing your accounts, e.g. from ‘cash basis’ to GAAP ‘true and fair’ basis (only if you actually changed the basis this year).
  • Your business is carried on abroad
  • You are a practicing barrister (advocate in Scotland)
  • You provide services under contracts for professional or other services and these contracts span your accounting date?
  • You want to make an adjustment to your profits chargeable to Class 4 NICs (for example, because your profits include earnings as an employee).

Short Form Details






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Short Form – Income


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Short Form – Allowable Expenses

If you are attaching your accounts and Income and Expenses details, just enter the totals to the best of your knowledge.

Ifyour annual turnover was below £83,000 you may just put your total expenses in box 20, rather than filling in the whole section.


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Short Form – Adjustments

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Short Form – Tax and Class 4

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You can claim any tax paid on any interest you received on your UK savings and investments as a non resdient in the UK. This is only if the total taxable income in the UK is below the tax free allowance.


Attachments Pay-slip or other documents to attach

Please remember we need your march payslip AND P60 for the year or P45 for each job you had during the tax year. You can attach the documents here or send them by post, fax or e-mail to us. We will not be able to complete the self assessment without these information and documents. If you send the documents by post, send only copies and by registered post.


British Airways Crew and employees can save the march payslip from ESS as printable version and attach it to the online form as well as send it by e-mail.

2016 Land & property Information
Property abroad details



Abroad for UK residents only.
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 renting the property with you also completes a self-assessment.




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2016 Capital Gains, Savings and Shares...

Savings and Investments
Other income from UK savings and investments (except dividends)




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Capital Gains

A fee will be added for the Capital Gains forms and may be higher or refunded if no Capital Gains are needed.
Dividends and shares


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Please note, this is only an estimated cost for up to 5 Bank accounts, 5 dividend transactions/accounts andcapital gains, subject to confirmation and quote depending on work load.


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2016 CHILD BENEFIT INFORMATION


2016 Child benefit details




DD/MM/YYYY
Pension Income 2016


Click here to select File >>>
GAYE 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.


Student Loan


Tax Year 2017 (From April 5th 2016 to April 5th 2017)

2017


Non Residents Questions
NR 2017
UK Ties





Box 12 How many ties to the UK did you have in 2016–17?
Please enter in box 12 the number of UK ties you had in 2016–17.
You should list which ties apply to you. The ties
that you need to consider are as follows.
Family tie
You have a family tie if your:
• husband, wife or civil partner (unless you are separated)
• partner, who you live with as husband and wife or as civil partners
• child under the age of 18; special rules apply to children,
is resident in the UK for 2016–17.
Accommodation tie
You have an accommodation tie for tax year 2016–17 if you have a place to
live in the UK available to you for a continuous period of 91 days and you
spend at least one night there in 2016–17. If the available accommodation
is the home of a close relative you must spend at least 16 nights there for an
accommodation tie to exist.
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:
1.- 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
2.- 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 if in either of the tax years 2013–14 or 2014–15
you were in the UK for more than 90 days (that is, at midnight).
Country tie
You have a country tie if the UK is the country you are present in for the
greatest number of midnights in the tax year 2016–17. This tie only needs to
be considered if you were resident in one or more of the tax years 2013–14,
2014–15 and 2015–16.





Overseas test help and information
Automatic overseas tests
1.4 If you meet any of the automatic overseas tests for a tax year, you are automatically non-resident for that year. You should therefore consider these tests first, as if you meet any one of them, you will not need to consider any of the other parts of the test.
First automatic overseas test
1.5 You were resident in the UK for one or more of the three tax years preceding the tax year, and you spend fewer than 16 days in the UK in the tax year. If an individual dies in the tax year this test does not apply.  
Second automatic overseas test
1.6 You were resident in the UK for none of the three tax years preceding the tax year, and you spend fewer than 46 days in the UK in the tax year.
Third automatic overseas test
1.7 You work full-time overseas over the tax year, without any significant breaks during the tax year from overseas work, and:

you spend fewer than 91 days in the UK in the tax year,

the number of days in the tax year on which you work for more than three hours in the UK is less than 31.

1.8 The third automatic overseas test does not apply to you if:
you have a relevant job on board a vehicle, aircraft or ship at any time in the relevant tax year, and
at least six of the trips you make in that year as part of that job are cross-border trips that:

begin in the UK

end in the UK, or

begin and end in the UK.

1.9 If you do not meet any of the automatic overseas tests, you should look at the automatic UK tests. If you meet any of the automatic UK tests you are resident in the UK for the tax year. If you do not meet any of the automatic UK tests you will need to consider the sufficient ties test.
You can contact us and do the yet online at www.uktaxes.net or click here

NR UK days and work information
UK Days

Days

Number of days spent in the UK during 2016–17
You should include all the days during 2016–17 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. Between your arrival and departure you do not
engage in any activities unrelated to your passage through the UK.
Exceptional circumstances


Number of days attributed to exceptional circumstances
You should show in box 11 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


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 2016–17.

(For crew, report day even if under 3 hours UK duty counts as a work day in the UK)
workdays you spent overseas

Days

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 tax year 2016–17.

If you have a relevant job in the UK as crew we do not need this figure.




% Non UK Taxable

£
.00

Self Employed 2017 Information
If you were self-employed in 2016–17, please enter the following details for your business.

DD/MM/YYYY

DD/MM/YYYY

£
.00

Annualised turnover

There are other reasons why you may wish to complete a full form:
  • You have overlap profit brought forward from previous years
  • You want to provide a detailed breakdown of your expenses, including disallowable expenses
  • You qualify for averaging adjustment relief
  • Your basis period is not the same as your accounting period and you wish to claim a basis period adjustment
  • You want to claim Agricultural or Industrial Buildings Allowance?
  • You have changed the basis for preparing your accounts, e.g. from ‘cash basis’ to GAAP ‘true and fair’ basis (only if you actually changed the basis this year).
  • Your business is carried on abroad
  • You are a practicing barrister (advocate in Scotland)
  • You provide services under contracts for professional or other services and these contracts span your accounting date?
  • You want to make an adjustment to your profits chargeable to Class 4 NICs (for example, because your profits include earnings as an employee).

Short Form Details






DD/MM/YYYY

DD/MM/YYYY

Short Form – Income


£
.00
Short Form – Allowable Expenses

If you are attaching your accounts and Income and Expenses details, just enter the totals to the best of your knowledge.

Ifyour annual turnover was below £83,000 you may just put your total expenses in box 20, rather than filling in the whole section.


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Short Form – Adjustments

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£
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Short Form – Tax and Class 4

£
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You can claim any tax paid on any interest you received on your UK savings and investments as a non resdient in the UK. This is only if the total taxable income in the UK is below the tax free allowance.


Attachments Pay-slip or other documents to attach

Please remember we need your march payslip AND P60 for the year or P45 for each job you had during the tax year. You can attach the documents here or send them by post, fax or e-mail to us. We will not be able to complete the self assessment without these information and documents. If you send the documents by post, send only copies and by registered post.


British Airways Crew and employees can save the march payslip from ESS as printable version and attach it to the online form as well as send it by e-mail.

2017 Land & property Information

Abroad for UK residents only.
Property details
Property abroad 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 renting the property with you also completes a self-assessment.




Wear and Tear allowance
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.
Address






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2017 Capital Gains, Savings and Shares...

choose capital gains if you sold a property
Savings and Investments
Other income from UK savings and investments (except dividends)




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£

£
Capital Gains

A fee will be added for the Capital Gains forms and may be higher or refunded if no Capital Gains are needed.
Dividends and shares





£

£

Please note, this is only an estimated cost for up to 5 Bank accounts, 5 dividend transactions/accounts and capital gains, subject to confirmation and quote depending on work load.

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2017 CHILD BENEFIT INFORMATION


2017 Child benefit details




DD/MM/YYYY
Pension Income 2017


Click here to select File >>>
GAYE 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.


Student Loan



Refund details







Terms & Conditions apply as well as any fees and charges for exchange rate, Bank charges and any fees relevant for this service.

A cheque will be sent by post to your home address by the Inland Revenue.

Bank Details
IMPORTANT NOTICE
HMRC have changed how they process refunds. This means that the bank details you have entered may be ignored. For further information on this, see our Knowledge Base article.


On 1st April 2015, HMRC updated their system to change the way they allocate repayments of overpaid tax. 

HMRC will only process the refund using the details entered in boxes 4-14 on page 6 of the core return if there had not been any payment made by debit or credit card prior to this. Therefore, your request will be ignored and the repayment will be automatically issued to the card they hold on file for the payment made. 

This is supported by the SA150 notes (How to fill in your tax return) on page TRG11 (extract below):

If you have paid too much tax

If you paid your tax by credit or debit card, we will always try to repay back to your card first before making any repayment as requested by you in boxes 4 to 14.

Further to this, HMRC have provided the below criteria which must apply before they will apply this rule:

  1. The most recent payment was made by card; and
  2. The payment was made after the implementation of the new process (from the 6th April onwards); and
  3. The repayment due is no more than the amount of the last payment received; and
  4. The payment must have been made within the last nine months.

Unfortunately, there is no way of overriding this as it is automated by HMRC's system.

If you do not receive the refund after 4 weeks, you will need to contact us to check your repayment refund status.






PLEASE NOTE
HMRC may not allow repayments into services like Revolut, Trasnferwise or Worldfirst. Please make sure to provide a personal bank account in the UK for any repayment. Otherwise, your repayment could be lost and may take up to 6 month to be returned to HMRC. We will not accept any responsability, and further fees and charges may apply to help recover the repayment.

SPANISH RESIDENTS

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Please note, as a Spanish resident, you may need to file a tax return (declaración de la renta) in Spain. If you are not sure if you need to file a tax return in Spain, please contact us.

Depending on your income and residency status, you have to remember to declare your worldwide income in the country where you are a resident. In Spain, some foreign incomes may be tax exempt. Rules apply.

Contact us for more information. It is your responsibility to comply with local authorities and rules.

gatos
Do you have a mortgage in Spain? Then keep reading, you may be entitle to claim some money from your bank.
Mortgage expenses claims
gatos
It is not widely known the Spanish Supreme Court in December 2015 declared certain mortgage clauses as abusive. (Please note, this is a different claim from "clausula suelo")

Most banks imposed all formalisation mortgage expenses on their clients, when it was deemed banks should assume at least a part, since  also the bank has the same interest to register the mortgage deed.

You can now claim your mortgage expenses with Uktaxes. We have set up a mortgage claim website called gastoshipotecas.com and a service to help you with all the process.

Please visit our website www.gastoshipotecas.com or simply contact us by e-mail at reclama@gastoshipotecas.com.

To register FREE for your mortgage claim review CLICK HERE

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