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The banks only involvment would be reporting any untaxed interest accrued from your savings.
The date of disposal for CGT is the date on which you enter into an unconditional contract.
As regards shares, please note that the relevant date is the date on which the transaction actually took place, rather than the date of the contract note or settlement.
Under the circumstances you describe, it would be acceptable to include a reasonable estimate of the 'unknown' 3/12 element when calculating your total FTCR figure for 2020/21 (and enter an explanatory freehand note in the 'any other information' box in your tax return).
If the estimated FTCR you have claimed turns out to be inaccurate, you can amend your tax return to claim the actual FTCR due.
If you are a UK resident beneficiary of a non-resident trust you may have to complete a Self Assessment tax return and the SA107 supplementary pages. Although there are general rules that apply to all non-resident trusts, each trust is different and is treated separately depending on various factors.
If after reading the guidance below you require further assistance, please write to HMRC with copies of any relevant documentation.
Assuming that you purchased the eletric car via a Hire Purchase type agreement, under which ownership of the vehicle passes to you automatically once all the payments are made (or the purchase option is at a nominal price).
You then can claim capital allowances on the original cost of the car, adjusted for non-trade use, as soon as it is brought into use for your trade. The interest or other charges can be claimed as business expenses.
HS252 Capital allowances and balancing charges 2022
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Guidance on the taxation of the reward at:
The income will be added to t/ps other income and taxed at the relevant band.
Guidance on valuations can be found in:
It would appear that the shares are made available by reason of the employment so the UK subsidiary would operate PAYE and NIC:
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The remittance basis is an alternative basis of taxation for a tax year for a UK resident who is not domiciled in the UK. Earnings and gains made prior to a tax payer being resident in the UK will not be subject to a remittance basis charge.
There is no specific guidance, but the below gives the basics:
You are correct, you do not need to complete a tax return and the amount of property income can be collected via your tax code.
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