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How do I know I am on the right tax code?

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  • How do i know if my tax code is right?

    just received my new tax code, and its all new to me. ive got my payslip, and found my tax code on there. what do i have to do? ive tried calling them to make sure everything is fine, but grrrr its an 0845 number, and i was in a queue for ages on my...

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    You should have received a letter from HMRC explaining how they reached your code. If not, write to...

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  • I need to know the right tax code pls?

    i would like to know if my husband is on the right tax code.. he's married with kids. and the tax code he is on is 647L IS is this right?

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    That is the normal tax code for most people now. You don't get anything extra for being married or having...

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  • How to change my tax code from BR to 647L?

    Hi guys, I worked for 5months in a restaurant and my tax code was 647L. I changed job, I gave my P45 to my manager, but he did not send my details to the tax centre, so are 3 months that I have BR code (emergency tax code). Now I would like to know how...

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    The new tax coding for this year is £7475, this is what you will given as BR which is Basic rate...

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  • Why Tax is too much? I'm on the right tax code.?

    I decided to stay home after working so hard to earn a living. I work for agency and those who have worked for agency you know how it works. Some good weeks you work even 7 days and some weeks you wouldn't even get a single shifts. I travel for like...

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    The correct tax code for this tax year is 801L that means you earn £155 a week tax free and pay...

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  • Does anyone know how much tax should be deducted from your salary????

    I have just started a job & have a couple of Quest.: - does anyone know how much tax should be deducted (tax + N. I.) from my monthly salary £1.560)?? _ Does having the right Tax code matter in how much tax should be deducted?? What if your...

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    I always go with roughly a quarter with tax + NI. So that should leave you (if your 1560 is your before...

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  • 522L W Tax Code, am I in the right code ?

    Hi, I'm a foreign student and because of my visa I can work only 20 hours per week. I got a job, my first job in the UK and I don't know anything about tax codes, invoices, timesheets, etc. The main point is this, through an recruitment agency an Umbrella...

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    522 sounds like the correct code, this allows you to earn £5225 a year before you pay tax, thats...

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  • Is my tax code correct?

    How do I know if my employer has got the right tax code for me? I switched jobs in mid-december, my new employer has my P45, so I assume they are using whatever tax-code I had at my ...show more

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    You can phone the tax office, unfortunately in your haste to post your question you forgot to tell us...

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  • Is my husbands tax code correct?

    i have no idea how to check this or make sure it is correct my husband works 40 hrs a week and i stay at home with my 4 girls all under 11...his tax code is 645L and he gets paid weekly....how do i know if this is right???

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    Normal code is 647L, but the discrepancy would result in an overpayment of tax of £4.00 in the...

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  • Tax issue CODE (BR W1)?

    Basically i work part-time i am on the tax code BR W1 (basic rate week1) Anyways i know i am being over tax here. I am just wondering since it the end of the tax year will i automaically be put back onto the right code for the upcoming new tax year and...

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    If employer doesn't really know what he is doing, it may be better to ask tax office to issue form P...

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