Marriage Tax Allowance

Date: 27/09/17

Marriage Tax Allowance

DID YOU KNOW? When it comes to matters of tax, as well as matters of the heart, the MARRIAGE ALLOWANCE lets you transfer £1,150 of your Personal Allowance to your spouse or civil partner?
To benefit as a couple, the lower earner must have an annual income of £11,500 or less.
To make sure you are making the most of ALL the tax allowances available to you, call us on 01524 67111 and arrange a free, no obligation chat with one of our specialists

Susie Campion FCCA

Author: Susie Campion FCCA

Educated at Lancaster Girls' Grammar School, Susie joined Scott & Wilkinson in 1995 and qualifed as an accountant in 2002. As a Partner, Susie’s specialisms include managing the firm's large group audits and leading on staff...

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