income tax

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“I do do do” to Marriage Allowance

If you are married or in a civil partnership, you and your partner may be eligible for the tax-free break known as marriage allowance, and if your claim is backdated, you may take home a lump sum of up to £900. This tax year (2018/2019), the allowance allows the transfer of £1,190 from a low-earner’s … Continue reading

Gift Wisely

Know The Gift Tax Rules. Be wise. If, as the boss, you pop into Waitrose and buy five £25 bottles of rum to give to each of your employees, be sure of the reasons (for tax purposes). If you take them into the office and say “Ladies and Gents – we’re hitting targets so here’s … Continue reading

What your Tax Code means

Letters in your tax code refer to your situation and how it affects your Personal Allowance. Letter What it means L You’re entitled to the standard tax-free Personal Allowance M Marriage Allowance: you’ve received a transfer of 10% of your partner’s Personal Allowance N Marriage Allowance: you’ve transferred 10% of your Personal Allowance to your … Continue reading

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