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Old 13.09.2006, 07:20
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Re: Tax related help/self employed

We aren't talking about much tax anyway and it seems to worry you! I'd have declared it. But presumably the tax return for 2005 was lodged earlier this year.

The correct advice is to contact your local tax office and say you forgot and ask them to add it to your joint income - this may well mean you complete a new tax form and start all over. Or at least re-sign the existing one.

My advice is forget it! The tax people have bigger fish to fry.


Pension: your pension fund should have terms and conditions by the book load to explain this. It is common for a pension fund to be frozen until you are at least 50 - especially if there are special contribution terms - ie where the employer has paid a part or you claimed it against tax - like "pillar" 3A. But if it was a simple % of your income, then you may be able to have the pension now in a lump sum.
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