Do All Doctors Need To Complete A Tax Return?
Not all but many of you will.
Below are a number of circumstances when a formal tax return is likely to be required:
- HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have sent you a tax return to complete
- Your income is in excess of £100,000
- You have multiple sources of employment income
- You have significant NHS employment related expenses to claim
- You are in receipt of self-employed private practice income
- You are in receipt of other untaxed medical fees or Royalties
- You are in receipt of rental income
- You are a company director
- You have received company dividends on which tax needs to be paid
- You have made a capital gain
- You need to pay back child benefit monies
- You have significant sources of investment income
- You have income from overseas
- You need to claim split-year tax treatment
The above list is not exhaustive and be aware that it is your responsibility to advise HMRC that you need to complete a tax return. Do not wait for HMRC to contact you as missing the tax return filing deadlines will cost you money.
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