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    Online return - 20% tax credit?

    Hi all

    About the submit my return, are you supposed to visually see where the 20% tax credit has been deducted? Not sure as first year it has happened.

    Many thanks

    #2
    What 20% tax credit?

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      #3
      The 20% of the finance cost which is automatically deducted? (maybe 'tax credit' is the wrong word)

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        #4
        It normally shows on the final page "view my calculation"

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          #5
          This may not be correct then?

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            #6
            Actually, if you click 'view and print your calculation' if gives you further details and shows it.

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              #7
              You're welcome

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                #8
                Thanks, it only showed up for me when I clicked 'view and print' rather than the first 'view' page.

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