SA105

The SA105 is a form that you need to attach to your main SA100 Self Assessment document if you want to declare and pay tax on rental income from properties either in the UK or from furnished holiday lettings in the EEA (European Economic Area).

For rental income from any other countries you would use the SA106 form.

You can find the SA105 form on HMRC’s website. To submit it, first download it, then fill it in and mail it by post before October 31st, together with the SA100 form. Of course, if you submit your Self Assessment tax return online, then you don’t need to do this – plus you can wait until January 31st to file your tax return.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can you help me to maintain my own accounting records?

    Of course! We advise that you start a comprehensive spreadsheet to keep track of your taxable income and relevant expenses throughout the year in order to make your tax return more straightforward. This can be done on an Excel spreadsheet or Google sheet to keep things simple! Contact our team for more advice today!

  • When do I need to file my SA100 Self Assessment tax return by?

    If you are a self-employed contractor, remember to file your Self Assessment by 31st January the year after the tax year you’re paying for. For example, if you’re paying your 2023/2024 tax return, this should be paid by 31st January 2025. To learn more about the SA100 Self Assessment tax return, visit our dedicated SA100 glossary page.

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