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thanks for this.
But if my team and employer are in the UK, and I get paid in GBP, surely this would be an issue for the UK HMRC?
I work for a UK company and get paid/taxed the usual way. I also do freelance work now and again (which is taxed via the SA20) - all online for various clients around the world.
I have been thinking of moving to Ireland - I would keep my UK job but work remotely, so I assume the PAYE would continue as normal. However, as the freelance work would now be being conducted in Ireland, would this be a matter for the Irish tax authorities or HMRC?
I have paid all tax from my main job via PAYE for the 2021/22 tax year.
I need to declare some additional income earned that tax year from freelance work - I cannot see exactly where on the Gov.uk site I do this? Or will I need to fill in an SA100 and post it off?
"You paid the right amount of Income Tax for 6 April 2021 to 5 April 2022
Based on the information that HMRC have, £xxx was the right amount of Income Tax for you to pay.
Check your Income Tax summary for the current tax year, 6 April 2022 to 5 April 2023
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I cannot see a button to add additional income.