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UK PAYE Tax Rates and Allowances 2014/15

The rates and allowances on which the listentotaxman calcualtor basis all calculations.

Personal Allowances 2014

Allowance2014/152013/14Change
Basic £10,000 £9,440 + £560
People born between 6th April 1938 - 5th April 1948 £10.500 £10.500 none
People born before 6th April 1938 £10.660 £10,660 none
Married Couples Allowance ( if born before 6th April 1935) £8,165 £7,915 + £250
Blind Person's Allowance £2,230 £2,160 + £70

 Income Tax Bands 2014

Tax Rate2014/152013/14Change
Basic rate 20% £0 -£31,865 £0 -£32,010 cut by £145
Higher Rate 40% £31,865 - £150,000 £32,011 - £150,000 widened by £145
Additional Rate 45% £150,001+ £150,001+ no change
NOTE: These rates are applied after your tax free allowance has been deducted from your gross wage.

National Insurance Bands 2014

Description2013/142014/15
Lower earnings limit, primary Class 1 £109 per week £111 per week
Upper earnings limit, primary Class 1 £797 per week £805 per week
Primary threshold £149 per week £153 per week
Secondary threshold £148 per week £153 per week
Upper accrual point £770 per week £770 per week
  • From the 2010-11 tax year the Personal Allowance reduces where the income is above £100, 000 - by £1 for every £2 of income above the £100,000 limit. This reduction applies irrespective of age.
  • 2. These allowances reduce where the income is above the income limit for age-related allowances by £1 for every £2 of income above the limit. For the 2010-11 tax year the Personal Allowance for people aged 65 to 74 and 75 and over can be reduced below the basic Personal Allowance where the income is above £100,000.
  • Tax relief for the Married Couple's Allowance is given at the rate of 10 per cent.

* The 10 per cent starting rate applies to savings income only. If your non-savings income is above this limit then the 10 per cent starting rate for savings will not apply.

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This article was published in our Tax Rates & Tables section on 06/04/2014.

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