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Employed and Part time self-employed

pinoyLizpinoyLiz Feels At HomeRegistered Posts: 92
Hello, I am an employee in an Organisation and a part-time self-employed as well, Do I have to add all my income although my employer is the one doing my tax issues for me? or I just don't bother on the employment part and just do the self-employment tax return. In this case how is this affecting the personal allowance I get? Is the personal allowance is applicable to both (employed and self-employed) so I am going to have 2 personal allowances? so confuse here. If anyone can enlighten me with their opinions and ideas is greatly appreciated.

Many thanks,
L - employed and part time self-employed


  • BluewednesdayBluewednesday Font Of All Knowledge Registered Posts: 1,624
    You would fill out the employment pages and the self employment pages of the tax return.

    It's likely that you won't have to pay tax on the employment income (unless your firm was operating your PAYE incorrectly or you are a higher rate earner) but it still has to be notified.
  • pinoyLizpinoyLiz Feels At Home Registered Posts: 92
    Hi Blue

    Thank you for the reply....I should base my calculation from my P60 then.

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