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A Personal Tax Return, also known as a Self Assessment, is a form that some people will need to file to declare their income and how much tax they owe to HMRC.
A Personal Tax Return is a document that Taxpayers must file if they meet certain qualifying criteria. This form is submitted to HMRC and includes information about the individual's income from every different source, Expenses, Pension contributions and other details to make sure HMRC know how much tax the individual is liable to pay.
Individuals will need to file a Personal Tax Return if they either are an Employee who earns over £100,000 a year, an individual who has earned over £1000 from Self-employment, or an individual who has earned over £2500 in rental income.
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