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Tax certificate (for proof of interest earned) for Lloyds TSB Vantage Account?
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Old 08-12-2011, 5:35 PM
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Default Tax certificate (for proof of interest earned) for Lloyds TSB Vantage Account?

Is there anywhere on the Lloyds website that I can order a tax certificate for the Lloyds Vantage account, for the the proof of interest earned for last tax year?

I had a look earlier and I can't seem to see it.

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Seems to be a common question about now, used to be the case that they were issued automatically.

Can I ask why you need proof?
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Old 08-12-2011, 5:39 PM
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Thanks, I need to fill in a tax return and I need to calculate the interest.
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Ours were sent automatically, but you can work it out by adding up the amounts for each month as shown on your statements.
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Thanks, I need to fill in a tax return and I need to calculate the interest.
If you know the net amounts then gross up by 100/80 and the difference is the tax.

For example you received 80 net interest 80 x 100/80 = 100. So your tax is 20 (20%)
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Anyhow, the tax return asks for the net amount to be entered, you don't need to enter the tax deducted.
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Is there anywhere on the Lloyds website that I can order a tax certificate for the Lloyds Vantage account, for the the proof of interest earned for last tax year?

I had a look earlier and I can't seem to see it.

Thanks.
Just had a look at the website......

Before you log on there is a panel on the right called "Help & Assistance"

Select "Self Service"

Then "current accounts"

Then " order a certificate of interest"
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Thank you that's brilliant jennifer, I was looking for it when I was actually viewing the accounts, I didn't think to look before that web page.

I like to keep a paper copy filed just for records, just in case.

Thanks both!
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I know this is an old thread but I just wanted to say thank you too! My local branch had no idea what I was on about!! You've saved me a lot of time and hassle!
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Really glad I looked on here. A retrospective thanks, Jennifer; you've saved me the hassle of having to phone LTSB - which I try my best to avoid.
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