[re-asking previous question, which never got posted] approximately half of my total annual compensation is from an RSU plan whereby company shares vest every year. These are taxed at the time of vesting (at about 50% - If 20 shares vest, 10 are sold to cover taxes, and the other 10 then go to me). But then the gross (pre-tax) value of those shares are included in my total employment income on my P60, which is then used to calculated my annual tax burden owed during the self assessment process So isn't the value of my RSUs getting double taxed? Shouldn't I be able to exclude the RSU values from the taxable compensation on my self assessment (since they were already taxed?)