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Reporting non-limited company income using Self Assessment

Self Assessment tax returns allow for a variety of personal tax matters to be reported to HMRC. We've made it easy to provide us with information in our online questionnaire however sometimes we will need some more information from you.

Personally held properties 

If you hold properties outside of your limited company, details need to be included on your Self Assessment. 

In order to prepare your tax return we'll need details of the rented out properties:

  1. Whether they are furnished or unfurnished

  2. If it is let jointly

  3. Details of rental income and related expenses

Income from other sources

It is not uncommon to receive untaxed income from other sources. Examples include:

  1. Dividends from other companies

  2. Self employed income

  3. Capital gains

  4. Earnings from overseas

This income needs to be reported on the Self Assessment tax return. Should you or anyone in your company receive any such income, please email details to

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