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Marriage Tax Break £432.00

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Marriage Allowance lets you transfer £1,100 of your Personal Allowance to your husband, wife or civil partner - if they earn more than you. This reduces their tax by up to £220 in the tax year (6 A… Read More
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Marriage Allowance lets you transfer £1,100 of your Personal Allowance to your husband, wife or civil partner - if they earn more than you.

This reduces their tax by up to £220 in the tax year (6 April to 5 April the next year).

To benefit as a couple, you (as the lower earner) must have an income of £11,000 or less. You can calculate how much tax you’ll pay as a couple.

If you were eligible for Marriage Allowance in the 2015 to 2016 tax year, you can backdate your claim to 6 April 2015 and reduce the tax paid by up to £432.
Who can apply

You can get Marriage Allowance if all the following apply:

you’re married or in a civil partnership
you don’t earn anything or your income is under £11,000
your partner’s income is between £11,001 and £43,000

You can still apply for Marriage Allowance if you or your partner:

are currently receiving a pension
live abroad - as long as you get a Personal Allowance.

If you or your partner were born before 6 April 1935, you might benefit more as a couple by applying for Married Couple’s Allowance instead.
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[mod][Mod Team] 2 Likes #1
#2
Did this.

My tax code is now 1260m

Also claimed ,£60 for cleaning my own uniform.
All done online.
#3
why bother
banned 3 Likes #4
This still isn't reason enough to get married..... I get nagged at enough without spending a fortune on a ring to boot :p
#5
how do you apply for the uniform benifit
#6
zaira876
how do you apply for the uniform benifit
I think its called the uniform tax rebate. Google should bring it up
#7
hiralv
zaira876
how do you apply for the uniform benifit
I think its called the uniform tax rebate. Google should bring it up

zaira876
how do you apply for the uniform benifit
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/reclaim/uniform-tax-rebate
#8
thanks
#9
The only real way I see any benefit of this is if your low earning partner works one day a week for 11 grand. Any more than that with even 2 days childcare and you may as well stay at home!
11k a year is about 200 a week, take off 3 days care at 50 a day and your at 50. take off 40 quid fuel or travelling cost to get there and and back were at 10 quid a week, don't forget to minus a bit for food and expenses and you can sit back at the end of your working week knowing it's all been worth it for the £1 in your pocket!
#10
If i wear normal "street" clothes to work can i claim as obviously I have to replace them after so many times ive work them ?
#11
smidgedacat

Marriage Allowance lets you transfer £1,100 of your Personal Allowance to your husband, wife or civil partner - if they earn more than you.
This reduces their tax by up to £220 in the tax year (6 April to 5 April the next year).
To benefit as a couple, you (as the lower earner) must have an income of £11,000 or less. You can calculate how much tax you’ll pay as a couple.
If you were eligible for Marriage Allowance in the 2015 to 2016 tax year, you can backdate your claim to 6 April 2015 and reduce the tax paid by up to £432.
Who can apply
You can get Marriage Allowance if all the following apply:
you’re married or in a civil partnership
you don’t earn anything or your income is under £11,000
your partner’s income is between £11,001 and £43,000
You can still apply for Marriage Allowance if you or your partner:
are currently receiving a pension
live abroad - as long as you get a Personal Allowance.
If you or your partner were born before 6 April 1935, you might benefit more as a couple by applying for Married Couple’s Allowance instead.
#12
smidgedacat

Marriage Allowance lets you transfer £1,100 of your Personal Allowance to your husband, wife or civil partner - if they earn more than you.
This reduces their tax by up to £220 in the tax year (6 April to 5 April the next year).
To benefit as a couple, you (as the lower earner) must have an income of £11,000 or less. You can calculate how much tax you’ll pay as a couple.
If you were eligible for Marriage Allowance in the 2015 to 2016 tax year, you can backdate your claim to 6 April 2015 and reduce the tax paid by up to £432.
Who can apply
You can get Marriage Allowance if all the following apply:
you’re married or in a civil partnership
you don’t earn anything or your income is under £11,000
your partner’s income is between £11,001 and £43,000
You can still apply for Marriage Allowance if you or your partner:
are currently receiving a pension
live abroad - as long as you get a Personal Allowance.
If you or your partner were born before 6 April 1935, you might benefit more as a couple by applying for Married Couple’s Allowance instead.

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