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Posted Tue, 29 Nov 2022 07:59:28 GMT by Mariestacey19
I am a uk employee resident in the uk who has RSU shares vested in USA. Last years p60 includes the shares vested and I also have a payslip been produced for the relevant month they vested. For example my payslip shows RSU federal income approx £13,000. The uk tax and employees and employers nic has been calculated approx £6300 deducted and I also have a negative deduction of approx £-6200 RSU tax withheld against this. I have spoken with HMRC on the phone who said I should claim foreign tax relief on my self assessment. However, I have received conflicting information I have also been told not to claim foreign tax relief as it has been dealt with through payroll. Please can you confirm if I should be claiming foreign tax relief through my self assessment? Thanks.
Posted Thu, 01 Dec 2022 08:58:32 GMT by Andrew Williams
Hi,

It would normally be claimed as Foreign Tax Credit Relief. However, if the witheld tax of £6200 has been deducted from your gross pay before the UK tax is calculated, then you will have aleady had the relevant relief.

Thank you.

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