personal allowance


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personal allowance

n (Tax) → quota non imponibile
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From 2013/14, anyone born after April 5, 1948 - and who therefore attains age 65 after April 5, 2013 - will only be entitled to the standard personal allowance of PS9,440.
For individuals earning in excess of pounds 100,000 the income tax "hit" is a little harder as for every pounds 2 of earnings in excess of pounds 100,000 the personal allowance reduces by pounds 1.
The personal allowance for under-65s was raised by pounds 1,000 on Wednesday, from pounds 6,475 to pounds 7,475, in theory making everyone earning less than pounds 100,000 - where the personal allowance starts to be tapered away - pounds 200 a year better off.
I have heard a rumour that the income tax personal allowance is set to be increased to PS10,500 in the forthcoming Autumn Statement.
PERSONAL ALLOWANCE From 2014 the personal allowance will be increased to PS10,000.
Both husband and wife have the benefit of the Personal Allowance and the basic rate tax band.
The personal allowance has risen by pounds 1,000 to pounds 7,475, which is the amount of income that can be earned before being charged income tax.
Nearly three-quarters of people did not know that the current tax-free personal allowance for people aged under 65 is pounds 6,475, and 84% were unaware that the amount they can earn before they have to pay income tax is set to jump to pounds 7,475 from the start of the new tax year.
HAVE you claimed the additional personal allowance of pounds 1,720 (pounds 1,790 from April) since your child was born, or for a child under 18 that isn't yours but who you support?
If one person in the relationship doesn't earn more than the PS12,500 a year, known as the personal allowance, they pay no income tax and they can elect to transfer 10% of their personal allowance to their spouse.
Thousands of UK nationals who are living overseas and are regarded as non-resident in the UK for the whole of a UK tax year could lose their entitlement to the UK personal allowance in the event of a hard Brexit as they would no longer be an EU / EEA national, said an industry expert.

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