A form attached to the SA100 if you need to declare/pay tax on foreign income or profits from assets abroad.
It can be posted by 31st October or if it’s being done online, then by 31st January.
If the foreign income from property is below £1,000 then it doesn’t need to be declared as it’s covered by the property income allowance.
If the foreign income comes from a property in the EEA, the SA105 should be filled out.
If you’ve already been taxed on the foreign income, declare it with HMRC and then claim it back.
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