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  • TheTaxGuide
    Re: Income Tax and Pensioners
    @Jack You will get a bigger Personal Allowance if your income’s below £27,000. You may also be able to claim Married Couple’s…
    21 October 2014
  • Jack
    Re: Income Tax and Pensioners
    In simple terms please I am 83years of age how much income, including Investments, can I receive before paying taxpayers
    21 October 2014
  • TheTaxGuide
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    @Joanne As specified on our website you have one non-taxable personal allowance per year, regardless of the number of jobs…
    20 October 2014
  • Joanne Skiold
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Hi I currently work 18.5 hours per week. I am thinking of doing something lile avon where I earn commission. Will I get taxed…
    19 October 2014
  • andy
    Re: Top 10 Self Assessment Tips
    Hi how do I claim the cost of a new car if I am self employed
    18 October 2014
  • matt
    Re: What is My Tax Code?
    Hi, I do 15 hours a week of self employed music lessons and submit an annual tax return for this. I also do 3 days a week in a retail job at…
    15 October 2014
  • TheTaxGuide
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    @tee. You might be glad to know that you wont pay very much at all, if any, as your yearly income won't be much over £10,000.…
    9 October 2014
  • Tee
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    I have one job of 15 hrs per week.I am starting a second job 17hrs per week.First job is at £6.50 per hr.Second job is going…
    9 October 2014
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    Re: Can Tax Allowance Be Claimed on Work Clothes?
    I work for a care home and we wear our own clothes, however the clients we look after can be agressive and…
    24 September 2014
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    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    I work full time but have recently started a second/ part time job to help with bills and I was wondering how the tax will…
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