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My first question is: If I have savings interests and dividends that have been mixed to my clean capital in my foreign savings account, but the total savings interests and total dividends are less than the personal savings allowance and dividend allowance respectively in a tax year. Do I need to fill in the self assessment about these gains?
My second question is: If I have savings interests and dividends that have been mixed to my clean capital in my UK savings account, will these gains be taxed as mixed funds? Or I just need to report the gains only on the self assessment?
When my family immigrate to UK, we want to bring along with some supplements (such as Probiotics) for our personal use before we can find substitute. How many bottles of Probiotics at most for each family member can bring when we arrive to UK? Thanks!