When are SEISS grants taxed?

Tax treatment of SEISS grants

If you received any or all of the first, second or third SEISS grants, you will need to include these in your self-assessment return for the tax year 2020/21, which you have to submit by 31 January 2022.

The grants are liable to income tax and class 4 national insurance but they are entered in a separate box on your tax return and NOT included in your self employed accounts

If you receive the fourth and fifth grants, these should be included in your 2021/22 self-assessment return, which will need to be submitted by 31 January 2023.

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