Barring any unforseen circumsances, all our calls are recorded and can be retrieved through a Subject Access Requests (SARS) to HMRC, should you wish to do so.
Further guidance on this facility can be found at:
Make a subject access request to HMRC
While entering an amount in the wrong box may still result in the tax calculation being identical, the sum will be recorded under wrong income and would impact the accuracy of treasury reports etc, especially if everyone did this. This is why the need to use the correct box is important.
The interest paid by your limited company to you, as shown on CT61, is recorded on page TR3, as taxed interest. Please enter the net interest figure, as the gross figure will be calculated for your. CT61 will show tax decucted at the basic rate of 20%. It is not related to qualifying loan interest and should not be shown on SA101 Ai2.5.
Qualifying loan interest is the interest you pay on a loan you have obtained to to buy shares or fund a close company etc. It is not for interest recieved.
Additional information notes
The above advises you can claim tax relief for interest 'payable' on a loan used to buy shares or to fund a close company etc.
Loans you make to the company, generate interest income for you. This is taxable interest deducted at basic rate, as shown on CT61. It would be entered on TR3 as taxed interest. The WHT figure is deducted at basic rate.
Corporation Tax: return of Income Tax on company payments (CT61)