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My company calculate taxes of my RSUs following the UK rules (including employer and employee NIC). That should mean that I do not have any tax credit relief.
If that is the case, do I have to complete the foreign section anyway?
I have vested some RSUs in the 21-22 tax year from my US employer. Through the scheme, they process applicable taxes (income tax, employee NIC and employer NIC) via payroll at the point of vest.
I chose to retain all shares, so I paid the amount of applicable taxes they calculated out of my savings (in other words: no RSUs have been sold to cover my taxation liability, I paid to retain 100% of the shares). I have not sold any share (neither at vest, nor afterwards).
When I complete the Self Assessment, do I have to complete the "Foreign income details" section?
Do I have to declare the amount of taxes I paid (out of my savings) so it lowers my taxable income?
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