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Posted Sun, 29 Jan 2023 22:08:22 GMT by Spudgun
I have £1K in UK share dividends to declare, but despite being within the £2K allowance the SA form is applying tax to it by including it in all my income. When I look at the Tax Calculation page there is no mention of the dividend allowance. The only deduction made is for the Reduced Personal Allowance. Do I need to declare dividends on SA if they are below £2K? I am forced to do a SA because my income is now above £100K. Thanks.
Posted Wed, 01 Feb 2023 21:27:13 GMT by Kate Davies
I have the same problem with dividends of £590 that have been included in my income and therefore taxed. There is no dividend allowance made
Posted Thu, 02 Feb 2023 10:48:14 GMT by HMRC Admin 19

The SA100 notes explain that you should enter details of all of your dividend income, even if it is less than £2,000, as it will count towards your basic or higher rate bands and may affect the rate of tax that you pay on dividends received in excess of the £2,000 allowance. You will not however be taxed on dividends under £2000. You can see more information here:                       

How to fill in your tax return (2022)                               

Tax on dividends

Thank you.

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