Personal Tax Return

A personal tax return is a form that you as a taxpayer sometimes have to submit to HMRC to declare your income and how much tax you should pay (or sometimes get back from HMRC as a tax refund).

When you need to file a personal tax return:

  • If you’re employed and earned over £100,000 per year
  • If you earned over £1,000 from self-employment
  • If you made over £2,500 from renting out a property

There are lots of other reasons why you’d need to file a personal tax return. Check with our experts or visit the HMRC website to double check your tax obligations.

You can file a tax return in several ways:

  • You can send a paper tax return to HMRC
  • You can go to HMRC’s website and submit one online yourself
  • You can have use a personal accountant to file for you

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