Investment Income

Enter details of interest and dividend income received from UK sources for the year.

UK Interest Summary

Shows the total amount of UK interest received gross and Total UK interest received net, as entered at UK Interest Breakdown.
These figures populate boxes 1 and 2 on page TR3 of the tax return.

UK Interest Breakdown.

Shows the amount of interest received from each account.

To add a new account

Select Create UK Interest. Create UK Interest opens, on which you can enter the following information:

Description Enter a description which will help identify the interest source on the Investment Income report. Typically, the description will be the name of the bank or building society to which the account relates.
Reference Enter a reference to help identify the interest source. Typically, this will be the account number.
Start date Either type in the start date of the account or select it by using the calendar to the right of the box.
End date Entering an end date which falls within the current tax year will stop the details of the account rolling forward to the following tax year.
Interest type Use the radio buttons to indicate whether the interest was taxed at source.
* Interest from savings, loans and purchased life annuities is always paid without tax deducted at source.
* Interest from unit trusts and peer-to-peer loans is always paid with tax deducted at source.
* Although interest from stocks and securities is usually paid without deduction of tax at source, it is possible in some instances for tax to be so deducted.
Date interest was paid and the amount paid An additional Date interest credited to account row will appear when all existing rows are populated. To delete a row, select the cross to the left of the date field.

Select Save and Close from the drop-down Save menu, to save the information you have entered and return to Investment Income. Select Save and New from the menu to save the information you have entered and to open a fresh Create UK Interest page.

To amend the details of an account

Select Edit, to the right of the Amount received for that account. Edit UK Interest opens, on which you can enter or amend the same information as on Create UK Interest.

To delete the details of an account

Click the cross to the left of the name of the bank or building society.

UK Dividends Summary

Shows the total amount of UK dividends entered in UK Dividends Breakdown as UK dividends, UK stock dividends and UK unit trust dividends. These figures populate box 4 on page TR3, Box 12 on page Ai1 and box f on page TR3 of the tax return respectively.

UK Dividends Breakdown

Shows the dividend income received from each shareholding.

To add a new shareholding

Select Create UK Dividend. Create UK Dividend opens, on which you can enter the following information:

  • Name of company
  • Description of holding
  • Dividend type: select normal, stock or other dividend
  • Date shares obtained
  • Date of share disposal
  • Payment date, shareholding and amount received. An additional row will appear when all existing rows are populated. To delete a row, click the cross to the left of the Payment date.

Select Save and Close from the drop-down Save menu, to save the information you have entered and return to Investment Income. Select Save and New from the menu to save the information you have entered and to open a fresh Create UK dividend page.

To amend the details of a shareholding

Select Edit, to the right of the Dividend payment for that account. Edit UK Dividend opens, on which you can enter or amend the same information as on Create UK Dividend.

To delete the details of a shareholding

Click the cross to the left of the company name.

Distributions and Loans Written Off

Bonus issues of securities or redeemable shares Enter the amount of any distributions received in respect of bonus issues of securities or redeemable shares.
Close company loans written off or released Enter the value of any close company loans (received by a participator in the close company) which were written off or released.

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