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Foreign accounts /credit card in Tax return? (Deadline in a few hours...)

HI,

I am typically last minute doing my 2018 tax return online. 1st time I have done this, but finance is my day job.

I am am struggling to determine where and how I declare end of year balances for account here and abroad. I have some savings here, and I have minimal amounts in UK accounts just as a matter of convenience. I do have all documentation for end-2018.

What section should these fit in? There is a "Capture securities section". Should I be attempting to force-fit the information into these fields?

code
Nominal value / quantity
Security no.
Account yes / no
Exact name of the assets (for account incl. Number, for unlisted securities incl. UID)
Tax value CHF
Income of CHF Vr
Yield without VAT CHF

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Andrew
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