An article relevant to 2020/21
Income Tax Calculator
You can work out your income tax liability using the free income tax calculator.
How much can I earn before I pay tax?
Per the HMRC guidance, you will see that UK citizens and UK residence (not using the remittance basis) can earn up to £12,500 tax-free from UK sourced income
How much tax do you pay in excess of your personal allowance?
Once you exceed your personal allowances you will be subject to UK tax as follows:
– 20% basic rate tax band for earnings between £12,501 and £50,000
– 40% high rate tax band for earnings between £50,001 and £150,000
– 45% additional rate tax band for earnings over £150,000
How much tax will you pay on £100,000 earnings
Other tax-free allowances that you need to be aware of
There are other types of earnings before you start to pay tax, as follows:
– £1,000 income form property
– £1,000 tax-free income from self employment
– £2,000 tax free dividends
– £1,000 tax-free interest
The above tax-free income streams mean you can earn up to £17,500 tax-free.
Download your buy to let tax guide here, written by our property accountants
If you want to know more then please read our “buy to let tax tips for UK landlords” article
Other earnings that may be pulled out of a limited company tax-free
There are many other opportunities that we have not considered. These opportunities only exist if you utilise a limited company as part of your trade income or property business. Some of the ways to extract tax-efficient money from a limited company may be found in our other article.
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