Self assessment, mortgage interest - where does it go on the return now?

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    Self assessment, mortgage interest - where does it go on the return now?

    Hi

    Im doing a provisional self assessment tax return for 2021 so I can calculate what I can reduce my July payment on account to.

    I can't find anywhere to put the mortgage interest payments. I remember there used to be a box the interest payments that were part of the allowance as it tapered down and a box for the remainder but now the allowance is zero I cant find it

    Any help gratefully received


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    Send a letter to the Tax Office to explain reason why you intend to reduce the July 2021 tax payment.

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