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Posted Wed, 15 Jun 2022 13:04:29 GMT by fadman
When I file my self-assessment tax return for 2021-22 I enter the details from P60 (from my permanent employment) and I enter the income from the rented property. The company I work for pays the yearly medical insurance, which is shown on the P11d as £,££ but it is not shown on the P60. However, I have the Tax code notice from HMRC for year-end 5 April 2021, that shows: - Less Medical Insurance £,££ - Total Tax-free amount ££,£££ - tAX CODE ££££L Does this mean that I don't have to declare the medical insurance benefit from my employer in the self-assessment tax return?
Posted Wed, 15 Jun 2022 16:17:22 GMT by HMRC Admin 10
You would need to include these on the return if they are not included as part of your taxable income on the P60.

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