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Split year treatment and SA102

etf
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Re: Split year treatment and SA102

Postby etf » Tue Sep 14, 2021 4:28 pm

For the first part of your question, on the basis you are claiming split tax year treatment, that means you must be UK resident for 2020/21 and so the personal allowance claim boxes do not have to be completed (UK residents are entitled to a PA). .

Second part; agree those boxes are probably not applicable for you.

Finally, yes your original domicile is adhesive and difficult to lose and so you are probably correct.

Colombo85
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Re: Split year treatment and SA102

Postby Colombo85 » Fri Sep 17, 2021 10:28 am

Fantastic, thanks for all your help with this! I think I am sorted now :D


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