Planning your retirement: money and tax - Fact Sheet - added on 24/10/2013
Planning your retirement: money and tax. Pensions, Pension forecast, Boosting your National Insurance contributions, Claiming the State Pension, Deferring the State Pension, Taxation of State Pension, Occupational pensions, Personal pensions, Trivial commutations, The tax position, Working in retirement, Other entitlements at State Pension age, What to do about tax, Increased personal allowance, Taxable income, Should I be paying tax? Blind Person’s Allowance, Married Couple’s Allowance, Calculating your taxable income, PAYE codes, How to understand your codes, Paying tax through self-assessment, Possible reasons for inclusion in self-assessment, Full return (SA100) and additional information (SA101), Short return (SA200), Deadlines and Penalties, Record-keeping, Escape from self-assessment, Paperwork and forms, R85 — Form to stop interest being taxed by the bank or building society,Planning your retirement: money and tax, R40 — Tax repayment form, SA100 — The self-assessment tax return form, SA200 — The short tax return form, P2 — PAYE coding notice, Other taxes, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax, Value Added Tax, Rates and allowances 2013/2014, Personal allowances, Rates and bands
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