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Hi HMRC Team,
Just would like to reconfirm on Question 5 - Split Year Treatment - UK resident part
How about if the pension income (one time lump sum) form my previous Hong Kong employment (all the work duties for HK employer) - 14.5 years non-resident and only 1.5 months resident (foreign pension income in 2021-2022), is it also no need to declare it?
Hi HMRC Team,
I have few questions on Self Assessment (SA) as follows:
Question 1 - Employment Income
Which SA form and section for overseas (HK) employment income (no P60 in HK)?
Question 2 - Number of Employment
If I work for two companies (same organisation - one in HK and another one in UK ) 2021-2022, should I put "2 " in the "Number" box - Employment (SA100)?
Question 3 - Split Year Treatment - UK resident part
13th Month Pay from HK employment (last pay slip) – should I count the amount in proportion?
e.g. 2,000 pounds (13th month pay) x 46 days (# of days - resident part)/365 days=252 pounds
Question 4 - Split Year Treatment - UK resident part
Encashment on Annual Leave from HK employment (last pay slip) – should I count the amount in proportion?
e.g. 2,000 pounds (encashment on annual leave) x 3 days (entitled annual leave days during the resident part)/19 (total unused annual leave days)=316 pounds
Question 5 - Split Year Treatment - UK resident part
As I know the Occupational Retirement Schemes Ordinance (ORSO) income from my previous employment in HK is not taxable (double tax treaty), therefore it is not necessary to fill it on Self Assessment, am I correct?
Question 6 - Split Year Treatment - UK resident part
As I know there are no tax implications from the exchange of currency for an individual, therefore it is not necessary to fill the profit or loss from Interactive Brokers account in HK , am I correct?
Thanks & Best Regards,
If I don't need to do self assessment and without UTR#, is it possible to transfer my marriage allowance to my husband? If yes, should he choose "transfer in" or "transfer out" in his self assessment form - SA100?