Where do I enter Coronavirus other support grants on a SA100 and SA800

In addition to the SEISS (Self-employment Income Support Scheme) grants and CJRS (Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme) claimed through HMRC, there have been many other grants provided by local government to support businesses through the Coronavirus pandemic.

The screenshots below show which boxes to use although please note you will need to be running TaxCalc 2021 (v11.13.079) or later to see the same wording.

SA100 – Self Employed Pages

SimpleStep mode:

Full Form and Short Form - Your work > Self Employment > Full Form - Details > Income > Complete the box labelled 'Please also enter any other business income (include any coronavirus support payments, such as CJRS, but not SEISS)'

HMRC Forms mode:

Full Form - Self employment > Page 1 > Box 16

Short Form - Self employment > Page 1 > Box 10

SA800 – Trade pages

SimpleStep mode:

Trades or professions > Adjustments to net profit or loss > Complete the box 3.50 labelled any other income or profits (this should include coronavirus support payments but not SEISS).

HMRC Forms mode:

SA800 > Page 4 > Box 3.50

As the grant income will be included in the profit amount, this will be included in the share of profit allocated to the partner within the partnership pages of the SA100.



Article ID: 3158
Last updated: 07 May, 2021
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