Hope you lovely forum-ers can guide me through (hopefully) the end of this difficult business closure saga.... I had an overdrawn director’s loan of £20k. The business was dissolved in February. I have started my SA return online and entered the DLA amount showing on my company's Sage package (as the company did not submit final accounts) under 'Other UK income not included on supplementary pages', is this the correct place? Is it OK to reimburse myself (or rather reduce my DLA as a contra) for use of home as office, mobile phone, mileage, etc. up until the time of the company ceasing to trade/being dissolved? These are legitimate expenses that were incurred and are the same amounts roughly as previous years. Another question I have is I am still paying off a company loan of £1200 per month from my own money, and I was paying that in the time in between the company ceasing to trade and being dissolved. The loan is still in the company name but has a personal guarantee on it. However, the loan company charge a whopping £5k admin fee to transfer it from the company name to the personal guarantor so its not been something I really want to happen, although they know the company has ceased to trade and from what I gather they are just happy to continue so long as the loan is being repaid. Is there anywhere on the SA form I need to enter this information? One interesting point that still has me very puzzled is the company did have an outstanding amount to pay HMRC. They did object to the dissolution (which I expected) so I then started a liquidation process. However, before the liquidator submitted all the information to HMRC, HMRC suddenly removed their objection less than a week before the dissolution date and it was automatically struck off as CH said it was too late to change this process. Thinking on it now, I should have personally cleared the whole company loan via the DLA before the actual dissolution date and then I wouldn't have all this extra taxable income. Any advice very appreciated!