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    BR tax code,

    Hi guy's, received a letter today from HM Revenue & Customs, saying that my Tax code will be BR for next tax year, 2010-2011...., i don't really understand this code's.., is it good??
    i did bit of googling still don't get it.., any one have this code.., is it ok or too much paying tax,
    please help..,

    Rep will be given for help,

    many thanks in advance

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    its usually for second jobs, it means you'll be taxed on ALL of the pay and not the remainder after your allowance is taken into consideration

    "BR
    This code is an abbreviation of "Basic Rate". It is applied by HMRC to employees who are liable to pay income tax at the basic rate, i.e. 20%. You may be given this tax code if you have two jobs, or a pension in addition to your job. For one of the jobs or the pension you have a suffix code so that you receive your "tax-free pay"; in the other you must pay tax at 20% on all of the earnings. If you have two pensions, the state pension and an occupational pension, this code may be used to deduct tax from your occupational pension.

    Your employer is also allowed to allocate this code for new employees in certain circumstances if HMRC has not yet provided an official tax code.

    If you have this code, your employer is required to deduct tax at 20% from all of your earnings. You do not have any "tax-free pay".

    Example: Your weekly earnings are £300. Your employer deducts £60 tax, i.e. 20% of £300."

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    wolf359;7853166

    its usually for second jobs, it means you'll be taxed on ALL of the pay … its usually for second jobs, it means you'll be taxed on ALL of the pay and not the remainder after your allowance is taken into consideration"BRThis code is an abbreviation of "Basic Rate". It is applied by HMRC to employees who are liable to pay income tax at the basic rate, i.e. 20%. You may be given this tax code if you have two jobs, or a pension in addition to your job. For one of the jobs or the pension you have a suffix code so that you receive your "tax-free pay"; in the other you must pay tax at 20% on all of the earnings. If you have two pensions, the state pension and an occupational pension, this code may be used to deduct tax from your occupational pension.Your employer is also allowed to allocate this code for new employees in certain circumstances if HMRC has not yet provided an official tax code.If you have this code, your employer is required to deduct tax at 20% from all of your earnings. You do not have any "tax-free pay".Example: Your weekly earnings are £300. Your employer deducts £60 tax, i.e. 20% of £300."



    Thanks for the info, is their a way to avoid this code:whistling:

    I also have this, think you can decide how much of your allowance goes on either job.

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    flp14344;7853246

    Thanks for the info, is their a way to avoid this code:whistling:



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    sancho1983;7853263

    I also have this, think you can decide how much of your allowance goes on … I also have this, think you can decide how much of your allowance goes on either job.


    yep that's right, you just pop into your local office and they'll allocate your allowance to both jobs in whatever percentage you want

    wolf359;7853281

    yep that's right, you just pop into your local office and they'll … yep that's right, you just pop into your local office and they'll allocate your allowance to both jobs in whatever percentage you want



    Why not just phone the tax office on 0845 3000 627

    Heres the link to HMRC website .....many poeple have been given BR tax code in error

    hmrc.gov.uk/inc…htm

    There was a article in the newspaper stating that HMRC sent out letters saying alot of ppl's tax code was going to change but that was an error. Might be worth ringing them to find out for sure

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    it means you have won the tax lottery congratulations.

    you don't have to pay tax this year so ignore all requests for a tax return

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    FLANBAY;7853383

    Heres the link to HMRC website .....many poeple have been given BR tax … Heres the link to HMRC website .....many poeple have been given BR tax code in errorhttp://www.hmrc.gov.uk/incometax/annual-coding.htm



    in Error:thinking:

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    bykergrove;7853440

    it means you have won the tax lottery congratulations.you don't have to … it means you have won the tax lottery congratulations.you don't have to pay tax this year so ignore all requests for a tax return



    what??? i wish :w00t:

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    Think iv been on that tax code before, You should get a rebate,

    ( Im sure its when you are paying to much tax, or usually when you have started a new job its a temporary tax code )

    flp14344;7853594

    in Error:thinking:



    Yes thousands of people have been given BR tax code after the Revenue's new system spurned out incorrect data. Its causing chaos in payroll departments including the one I work in !

    Heres a bit more info .....

    timesonline.co.uk/tol…ece

    Isn't BR emergency tax?

    You'll basically pay more until you notify the workplace to contact the tax office to get this amended.
    Any overpayment you have made will be paid back to you.

    Best thing to do is to contact the tax office themselves for clarification...

    HTH

    Contrary to popular opinion BR is indeed an abbreviation of Basic Rate & not Bloody Ripoff!!!!!

    i received one of these letters stating i will be on BR from april 2010 i phoned them up and told them i dont think so as i was made redundant march and they still had me working the guy said he has receievd a lot of these calls error letters he believes give them a tinkle

    I got a second job recently and after speaking to HMRC my second job is taxed as BR.

    Just basic rate - 20% i think.

    Just going to start a second job and not looking forward to the tax, as I don't get taxed on my current income

    Samwards;7856841

    Just going to start a second job and not looking forward to the tax, as I … Just going to start a second job and not looking forward to the tax, as I don't get taxed on my current income



    People always say that you get taxed looooadss on your second job - You dont :thumbsup:

    Hey,
    i have been with two company at the same time but been using the same tax code for both of them so i have received the letter, saying that i have to pay £3000 so, is it my responsiblty to change to Br code or is it company????i have to go to the citizens advice office to get advice..

    please can someone help me on that...

    thnks

    wolf359

    its usually for second jobs, it means you'll be taxed on ALL of the pay … its usually for second jobs, it means you'll be taxed on ALL of the pay and not the remainder after your allowance is taken into consideration"BRThis code is an abbreviation of "Basic Rate". It is applied by HMRC to employees who are liable to pay income tax at the basic rate, i.e. 20%. You may be given this tax code if you have two jobs, or a pension in addition to your job. For one of the jobs or the pension you have a suffix code so that you receive your "tax-free pay"; in the other you must pay tax at 20% on all of the earnings. If you have two pensions, the state pension and an occupational pension, this code may be used to deduct tax from your occupational pension.Your employer is also allowed to allocate this code for new employees in certain circumstances if HMRC has not yet provided an official tax code.If you have this code, your employer is required to deduct tax at 20% from all of your earnings. You do not have any "tax-free pay".Example: Your weekly earnings are £300. Your employer deducts £60 tax, i.e. 20% of £300."

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