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Income from employment and pensions

Last updated: 08 Jun 2020

Income from employment

You must include any income from employment received during the tax year. You will not be taxed again on this Income, but you must include it in your tax return.
The app can record your employment income and include the information on your tax return. Go to the “My Account” page and answer the “Employment Questions” listed.
You will find all the information you need in your P60.

Income from state and private pensions

Do not enter any pension payments you receive as Income – the app does this for you.
You enter your pension income details under the “My Account” page you will get the amount from your P60.
Pension income is deducted from your personal allowance of £12,500, so if you receive £10,000 per annum from your pension, your remaining personal allowance to be offset against your other income will reduce to £2,500.

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