Income Tax Codes And PAYE Tax
Find out more about what a PAYE tax code is and how it’s worked out.
The PAYE system is how employees pay tax and every taxpayer is issued a tax code. This is the key to making sure that you don’t pay too much or too little income tax. It’s your responsibility to check it and to get it changed if it’s wrong.
As the Personal Allowance changes with each Budget, every tax year will usually bring you a new, corresponding tax code.
There are several other reasons that can affect your tax code which you should find out about, to help you only pay the tax you need to.
Find out more about what a tax code is, and how it’s worked out below:
- What is a tax code?
- How do I find out my tax code?
- What do I do if my tax code is wrong?
- Do company benefits affect my tax code?
- What is a PAYE tax code notice of coding?
- What is an emergency tax code?
- What is a BR tax code?
- What does a D0 tax code mean?
- D1 tax code explained
- What is an OT tax code?
- What is an NT tax code?
- What is the 2019/2020 tax code?
- What are the 2018/2019 Scottish Income Tax Rates?
- What is the 2018/2019 tax free personal allowance?
- What is the 2018/2019 tax code
- What is the 2017/2018 tax code?
- What is the 2016/2017 tax code?
- What is the tax code for the 2014/2015 tax year?
- What are the 2013 tax codes?
- Extra Statutory Concession A19