Hello and welcome to the site. Thank you for your question.The Inland Revenue will seek to tax your Lottery Award/Grant if they consider you to be a professional athlete otherwise there is no tax payable on the grant.Non-resident individuals who are entitled to personal allowances from 6 Apr 2010 are covered in this HMRC manual RDRM10330 herehttp://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/rdrmmanual/rdrm10330.htmThe first and most important thing to say is that when completing your tax return, you must declare all your income, including all the money you receive in your Lottery Award. You may wish to submit a copy of your Lottery Award letter with your tax return.If you are filing a paper tax return the deadline for submission is 31 Oct 2013. HMRC will calculate your tax from the information provided on the tax return and you will receive a SA302 (Tax calculation summary) in due course.
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My main concern is do I have to declare the dividend even though no further tax is due on it ?
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