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Latest Comments
  • Cal
    Re: What is My Tax Code?
    @Bobbin - The number 750 relates to £7,500 which is the amount of pay which can be earned free of tax over one year. You'll have to sort it…
    23 March 2015
  • Bobbin
    Re: What is My Tax Code?
    my tax code since I started my new job is 750L this seems a bit low and I can't find any information on why 750 has been applied. Can anyone…
    19 March 2015
  • TheTaxGuide
    Re: What is My Tax Code?
    @abigail - The letter 'T' is used if your tax office is aware you need to renew your code and/or if your tax affairs are more complicated i.e…
    16 March 2015
  • TheTaxGuide
    Re: Pension Provisions for Dependants
    @dave - The first thing to do is to choose your new bank account and inform them that you wish to switch accounts. You will…
    16 March 2015
  • abigail
    Re: What is My Tax Code?
    I started my job in September 2014 and for the first month I paid emergency tax. then my tax code was changed to 500t? I asked my employer…
    13 March 2015
  • dave
    Re: Pension Provisions for Dependants
    how do you change bank/building soc to which your pension is paid
    13 March 2015
  • dave
    Re: Pension Provisions for Dependants
    how do you change bank/building/soc to which pension is paid
    13 March 2015
  • TheTaxGuide
    Re: Personal Allowances and Allowable Interest
    @Dave - you need to contact HMRC in order to sort your code out directly, as you could end up paying tax when…
    11 March 2015
  • Dave
    Re: Personal Allowances and Allowable Interest
    Hi, My personal allowance is shown as £10600.00p for 2015 to2016. I am 68 years old & my current income is…
    9 March 2015
  • TheTaxGuide
    Re: Should I be Paid Mileage Allowance?
    @Pongo - You can’t claim for travelling to where you work, so perhaps that is where the first 40 miles comes in to it.…
    9 March 2015
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