Declare ISA on self-assessment?

I don't understand who needs to complete self-assess tax form with regard to savings. Guidelines say anyone who 2,500 in untaxed income from savings and also anyone with savings income of 10,000. Do either of these include a person's ISA investment?


  • gt94sss2
    gt94sss2 Forumite Posts: 5,493
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    No, an ISA is not included at all on a tax return and any ISA interest does not count towards the income limits specified by HMRC.

  • tabouleh
    tabouleh Forumite Posts: 37 Forumite
    Thanks, Sunil, for your quick reply (as well as the answer I really wanted to hear!)
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