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My question is directly related to SA105, Box 45 "Unused residential property finance costs brought forward."
I understand that some Unused finance costs may be brought forward, in the previous tax year, Property profits or Adjusted total income (exceeding Personal Allowance) is lower than Finance cost.
I'd like to know if the Unused finance costs that were brought forward in 2020, if unused again in 2021, should be brought forward to 2022. If so, should the unused finance costs be brought forward in perpetuity or is it to be written-off after a number of years?
It is attempting to verify a postcode even though I haven't stayed in UK as a tax resident before.
Is there a default postcode that I am registered under or is this a bug?
I can't use DTaxFiler (one of the Commercial Self Assessment softwares approved by HMRC) without creating an HMRC account. Is there a way for non-residents to create an HMRC Self Assessment account for Individuals?
I'm a non-resident landlord trying to use one of the Commemrcial Self Assessment softwares approved by HMRC. The software requires me to have an account with HMRC to submit my Self Assessment, but I am unable to create an HMRC account because I encounter verification issues when submitting my details (UTR, NIN, name, date of birth and postcode)
I do not have an NIN (submitted as blank) and a UK postcode (cannot be submitted blank). As such, my request to create an account is blocked.
How can I create an account so that I can proceed with submission?