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  • #76
    Hi!! Sadly no, I'm referring to Nov 2017.... I'm doing my tax return as late as possible because I've been putting it off for this very reason... Has anyone experience of filing a partial claim themselves or is it that complicated that its best getting a tax adviser in??

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    • #77
      Would it not just a case of entering whatever you earned up to novemeber in the "seafarers earnings deductions" box, this will then be deducted from the taxable amount and it will present you with a tax calculation at the end based on whatever is left over? That's probably what I would do but I'm not a tax advisor!

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      • #78
        It's what I was thinking... just don't want to get it wrong and get myself a whacking fine!!

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        • #79
          Yeah what eh75 says. I'll be doing the same this October. My 5 year sed period has met its end too. Too much time alongside in the UK.
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          • #80
            I'm a little confused, went from a PAYE land job at the start of November (Where I paid no tax due to it being minimum wage), and have now got a job at sea paying out of a foreign account. Do I have to pay tax this April on the sea earnings (As my combined wages will take me over 11,500 for the April 18 - March 19 year), and then claim it back once I've built up a qualifying period?

            Super confused and tempted to just pay a wise man a wodge of cash to sort this out for me so I don't end up owing tons down the road

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