Hi HMRC Admin,
I just found a post in the website which should answer my query. The link is copied in below:
It stated that if the combine UK and foreign dividend income is below the threshold, then the foreign dividend aspect would not meet SA criteria.
If the combine UK and foreign interest is below the threshold, then SA criteria is not met.
All other source of foreign income would meet SA criteria.
In view of above, my answer to Question 6. Do you need to pay tax on any of the following?should be "none of these".
I have stock investment accounts in UK and foreign, the combine result in UK and foreign stock investment accounts in 2022/2023 tax year was negative. So my answer to Question 7. Do you need to pay any Capital Gain Tax? is "No".
Having gone through the checking, I can conclude that I do not need to send a Self Assessment tax return in tax year 2022/2023.
Please advise if my understanding is not correct.
Hi HMRC Admin,
I retired in UK but I still have bank accounts and stock investment accounts in Hong Kong. While I want to check if I need to send a Self Assessment tax return in your website, I have query in Question 6 'Do you need to pay tax on any of the following?'
There is a bullet 'Income from outside the UK'. I have bank accounts and stock investment accounts in Hong Kong. The interest and dividend in tax year 2022/2023 are GBP 750 and GBP 500 respectively. Should I choose this bullet?