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Hi BigDuckonTaxThe trust of which I am a trustee have a consolidated tax certificate from Hargreaves Lansdown. This shows: £A "Gross"; £B "Income Tax"; £C "Equalisation" and £D "Net Dividend/Interest." The other columns (marked "Overseas Tax" "Notional Income Tax Treat as Paid") are all zero.Into which boxes of a Trust return do the figures £A, £B, £C and £D go?Many thanks?Phil

A9.4, B9.3, D9.2, all the other boxes leave blank.

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Customer: replied 7 months ago.
Another question on form SA900.
The trust has a valid vulnerable beneficiary election and Box 8.18 has been ticked. Q10B (Do you want to claim special Income Tax treatment where a valid vulnerable beneficiary election has effect?) has been ticked.
How does one work out the amount that goes into Box 10.1B (Amount of relief claimed)? Is it the total amount of income in Boxes 9.1 to 9.26? Is it the total amount of income in just some of those boxes (and, if so, which)? Or is it just a percentage of what is in some/all of those boxes (and, if so, what percentage of which boxes)?
Many thanks
Phil
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