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You don't have to furnish any information to HMRC when filing your tax return. You sign a declaration that you have made full disclosure. You have to retain the documents and proof of payment of taxes in the event your return was subjected to an enquiry/scrutiny.
If you are engaging an accountant to act for you, it would be beneficial if you were to provide all information to him/her as part of workings.
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Thanks. So to clarify - it is beneficial but not mandatory to furnish my accountant with proof of foreign tax credit, receipts etc?
Harold, thanks for your reply.
I would expect my clients to provide me with paperwork.. it is not mandatory.