Personal tax – guidance

Information from your accounts: HS229 Self Assessment helpsheet

How to use your accounts when filling in a Self Assessment tax return.

Documents

HS229 Example 1 (2016)

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HS229 Example 2 (2016)

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HS229 Example 1 (2015)

HS229 Example 2 (2015)

HS229 Information from your accounts (2014)

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HS229 Information from your accounts (2013)

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Detail

This guide explains how to fill in the Self employment pages, and the Trading pages of the Partnership Tax Return. It covers Standard Accounts Information, what to do if you’ve no accounts, tax calculations, sending additional information, business expenses, and wrong entries on the tax return.