“Adjusted Net Income” over £100, 000? It could impact your basic personal allowance.
The personal allowance is reduced by £1 for every £2 the limit is exceeded, so that if your 2014/15 income is greater than £120,000 all of your personal allowance will be taken.
There are number of simple steps that you may be able to take to keep your “adjusted net income” below the £100,00 limit and retain your full personal allowance. For instance you could;
- Transfer income producing assets to your spouse (provided their income is below the limit).
- Make (more) pension contributions.
- Make charitable donations.
If you are not sure the best approach to maintaining your full personal allowance why not contact Lewis Smith & Co.?
We can advise on all of your tax affairs and help you fill in your tax return. Lewis Smith & Co. can also recommend other professionals to support pensions and investment decision making.
Call 01384 235549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
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