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The annual ISA investment limits.
The income from ISA investments is exempt from income tax. Any capital gains made on investments held in an ISA are exempt from capital gains tax.
Savers are able to subscribe any amounts into a cash ISA, a stocks and shares ISA or an innovative finance ISA subject to not exceeding the overall annual investment limit.
Investors may transfer their investments from one kind of ISA to another.
The Lifetime ISA is available for those aged between 18 and 40. Save up to £4,000 each year up until the age of 50, and receive a government bonus of 25% (a bonus of up to £1,000 a year). Savers can use some or all of the money to buy their first home, or keep it until they are aged 60 when the account can be accessed tax free. Conditions apply to the account holder and property purchased. Penalties apply if funds are withdrawn in other circumstances.
A Help to Buy ISA provides a tax free savings account for first time buyers wishing to save for a home. The scheme provides a government bonus to each person who has saved into a Help to Buy ISA at the point they use their savings to purchase their first home. For every £200 a first time buyer saves, the government will provide a £50 bonus up to a maximum bonus of £3,000 on £12,000 of savings. The bonus will be paid in the form of a voucher when the first home is purchased. Conditions apply to the account holder and to the property purchased. Help to Buy ISAs closed to new savers on 30 November 2019. Existing holders can continue saving until 30 November 2029 and will have until 1 December 2030 to claim their bonus.
Plant and machinery allowances and the allowances available for other assets.
Standard and higher rates of capital gains tax (CGT) together with the annual exemption. The special rate of CGT and the limit applying for entrepreneurs’ relief purposes.
Weekly amounts of child / working tax credits and child benefit.
Companies pay corporation tax on their income and gains. View the current rates and estimate the tax due.
Estimate your personal income tax liability using the current rates. View the current rates here.
Inheritance tax rates and allowances.
Statutory minimum wage levels.
Earnings thresholds and contribution percentages for Class 1 (employed), Class 2 and 4 (self-employed) and Class 3 (voluntary) national insurance contributions.
Details of the amounts of tax relievable pension contributions for individuals and employers.
The current percentages of stamp duty and the various UK property/land transaction taxes.
Current weekly amounts.
EIS, SEIS, VCTs and SIR.
The current VAT percentages and the annual registration and deregistration thresholds.
Calculate the taxable benefit using the relevant tables for employer provided cars, vans and related fuel.
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