Thanks really helpful so as an example if I earned £62000 I payed £3200 into my pension I don’t add my employers contribution
So I subtract £3200 from the £62000 total £58800 that would give me a figure of £8800 I earned over the £50,000 which is the limit for the HICBC is this correct thanks
I need help also my UTR number I sent by mistake to the wrong email address today,I was supposed to email my accountant with my UTR details etc but sent it to the wrong email.
I’m now deeply worried that the company I sent the details to may do something with the details,for example set up a. Company in my name
Hi can you help,I was sending some information over to a business unrelated to my tax I accidentally sent a picture via email with all my details of my UTR number plus my full name,I’m now concerned what the person who has received this email will do with these details can I change my UTR number thanks
I’m totally confused how this works,say I payed £2500 and my employer topped up my pension say another £300 total £5500
My top line pay before tax £57000 would I subtract the £5500 from that figure total £51500 would I put that figure down as my income fore the HICBC so I would only be over the threshold by £1500 for the hicbc