Interest received on self-assessment tax return
A bit of a newbie question.
Is it necessary to fill in the bank interest bit of a self-assessment tax return? Obviously if a client has +£100s and is a higher rate tax payer it matters but if we are talking a normal person getting a pittance on a current account do I need to make them go to the trouble of working it out?
In other words, is there a de minimis level?
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