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    understanding new tax rules

    Hello

    can anyone help? I am trying to understand how to work out tax with the new 2017 rules.

    I have my total rental income, allowable expenses, other earnings and interest payment amount. I am using various calculators online and each comes back with a different result. I am going to be using an accountant going forward but need to be able to work out 17 /18 and 18/19 myself (I am submitting these to hmrc and just need to make sure i'm working things out correctly). Many thanks

    #2
    I suggest you download the blank tax forms "SA105 + SA105 Notes" for 2017/18 and 2018/19.

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      #3
      Why can't your accountant do this for you? It's better to pay the extra few quid than get it wrong.

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