National Statistics: Number of individuals subscribing to an Individual Savings Account (ISA) by age and gender

Updated: Updated to 2014 to 2015 tax year.

The estimates are based on a sample of individuals. Information on Individual Savings Account (ISA) subscriptions and valuations is reported by providers to HM Revenue & Customs on an annual basis, primarily for compliance purposes. As well as providing information on the type of ISA, this gives details of the account holder’s date of birth, gender and National Insurance Number (NINO). This last item of information enables the data to be linked to personal incomes (both earnings and investment income, as taken primarily from the Survey of Personal Income or SPI). It also enables the analysis to be performed at individual rather than at account level.

Source: HMRC

Form: Self Assessment: self-employment (short) (SA103S)

Updated: The form and notes have been added for tax year 2017 to 2018.

Source: HMRC

Form: Self Assessment: Foreign (SA106)

Updated: The form and notes have been added for tax year 2017 to 2018.

Source: HMRC

Form: Self Assessment: UK property (SA105)

Updated: The form and notes have been added for tax year 2017 to 2018.

Use the SA105 supplementary pages when filing your SA100 Tax Return if you received:

  • rental income and other receipts from UK land and/or property

  • income from letting furnished holiday accommodation in the UK or European Economic Area

  • premiums arising from leases of UK land

  • an inducement to take an interest in any property for letting (a reverse premium)

Do not use the SA105 to declare income from land or property overseas.

HS204: Limit on Income Tax reliefs

HS223: Rent-a-Room Scheme

HS251: Agricultural land

HS252: Capital allowances and balancing charges

HS253: Furnished holiday lettings

Source: HMRC

Form: Self Assessment: Capital gains summary (SA108)

Updated: The web address at box 9 of the notes for information on Capital Gains Tax for non-residents has been updated.

Source: HMRC

Guidance: VAT: road fuel scale charge tables

Updated: VAT Updated Valuation Table: Road Fuel Scale Charges effective from 1 May 2018 added to the page.

If you use the scale charge, you can recover all the VAT charged on road fuel without having to split your mileage between business and private use.

The road fuel scale charges are updated every year and the revised charges for each year are applicable from 1 May.

Source: HMRC