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15 minutes ago, Francie said:

Yeah ano don, but when ye bust your balls to get a raise,  only for it to be taken by tax man is a kick in the nutts.

I think I'm either going to ask for less hours or another payrise😁

Or have w word with ye boss an explain the situation, ye never know pal if ye a good grafter then he may say keep it as you are an he will sort you a decent bonus come crimbo or summat😉 good employee are like rocking horse shit these days an any decent boss will do what they can to help ye😁

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my view is pal , dont give to much info  on a public forum  , 

I pay well over the odds tax☹️ An only way around it is to drop hours so wages fall within tax code, but what about if we want extra spends for family? Means I got to punch me cnut in for not a lot ex

Francie for a religious man you're a disgrace if it's not for taxes how would all these poor immigrants get by? all the single mothers with lots of kids to feed bang the hours in earn the money and pa

2 hours ago, W. Katchum said:

Or have w word with ye boss an explain the situation, ye never know pal if ye a good grafter then he may say keep it as you are an he will sort you a decent bonus come crimbo or summat😉 good employee are like rocking horse shit these days an any decent boss will do what they can to help ye😁

Aye tbh fair don he give me a rise after 6 weeks in the job, so I might just ask for another raise lol

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1 minute ago, Francie said:

Aye tbh fair don he give me a rise after 6 weeks in the job, so I might just ask for another raise lol

Might not even be worth getting another mate?? Remember aswell more ye earn this year then ye tax code could change again next year☹️ Lots a ways he could help ye out tho? Maybe sort he out a work van/car? Fuel card? Expenses or summat?

must be a way to keep ye happy😁an like Iv said hard workers who are reliable are hard to find so if he a decent sort he may just wanna keep ye😀

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17 hours ago, Francie said:

Anyone clued up on tax that can help me, I got a pay rise in work last october, everything was gran until April this year I got hit with a new tax code, apparently I didn't have to pay as much tax as I had some n.i Contributions built up from previous employment, now the pay rise I got is being swallowed by the taxman, it's a f***ing joke.

I'm not seeing any of it.

I worked hard for the payrise, then for it to be taken off me is a kick in the balls.

Could someone help me way a wee question, the personal allowsnce has risen to 12500 this year, to my understanding, that means I won't get taxed uptown this above amount but over that I'm getting charged 20percent.

I have a business on the side also an it's booming, i thought I might ask my work for "flexible hours" which means I want to reduce my hours by ten hours.

Here's the question, if I reduced my hours to say 29 hours, that would bring me under the threshold of 12500.

Would this then mean I won't have to pay income tax as I'm under the threshold, I understand IL have to pay a bit of n.i.

Could someone clarify this for me, an the extra hours off would give me more time with my business 

Thanks in advance

Francie for a religious man you're a disgrace if it's not for taxes how would all these poor immigrants get by? all the single mothers with lots of kids to feed bang the hours in earn the money and pay ya taxes and help all the others in need, where is your sense of humanity ffs......................now stop ya whining toe the line and pay up lol lol lol your rewards will be in heaven not on earth lol lol lol.................other than that get cash in hand and feck the tax man 

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45 minutes ago, delswal said:

Francie for a religious man you're a disgrace if it's not for taxes how would all these poor immigrants get by? all the single mothers with lots of kids to feed bang the hours in earn the money and pay ya taxes and help all the others in need, where is your sense of humanity ffs......................now stop ya whining toe the line and pay up lol lol lol your rewards will be in heaven not on earth lol lol lol.................other than that get cash in hand and feck the tax man 

Haha aw del, I'm just a simple man looking to earn a crust without taxman raping me lol

An I pay my way have done since I left school😁

But thanks for the advice del

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1 hour ago, W. Katchum said:

Might not even be worth getting another mate?? Remember aswell more ye earn this year then ye tax code could change again next year☹️ Lots a ways he could help ye out tho? Maybe sort he out a work van/car? Fuel card? Expenses or summat?

must be a way to keep ye happy😁an like Iv said hard workers who are reliable are hard to find so if he a decent sort he may just wanna keep ye😀

Thanks Don for your replys.

I don't think IL get a van mate it's s huge company with lots of workers, cant be seen to be the bosses wee bitch like lol

If I get another raise, IL be happy, I don't think IL get taxed anymore unless I hit the 50000 wage mark, an I'm nowere near that lol

So IL go for another patriae, ye don't ask ye don't get don😉

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8 hours ago, Francie said:

Haha aw del, I'm just a simple man looking to earn a crust without taxman raping me lol

An I pay my way have done since I left school😁

But thanks for the advice del

More than welcome pal lol

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Ring the tax office and query your tax code as they could have made a mistake!

did you get any taxable benefits in your old job that were declared on a P11d as these are taxed in arrears.

if so call the tax office and notify them if your change of job especially if you don’t have any taxable benefits in your new job as often they don’t change the tax codes after such a change

also the new pension legislation means that you have to contribute more from April 19 than you did in March 19 as I am worse off in my net pay due to this

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1 hour ago, Archi said:

Ring the tax office and query your tax code as they could have made a mistake!

did you get any taxable benefits in your old job that were declared on a P11d as these are taxed in arrears.

if so call the tax office and notify them if your change of job especially if you don’t have any taxable benefits in your new job as often they don’t change the tax codes after such a change

also the new pension legislation means that you have to contribute more from April 19 than you did in March 19 as I am worse off in my net pay due to this

No mistake Archi, was on the phone an all to office, bunch of wankers lol

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Don't know your circumstances...but it can help if your Mrs can take the extra wage from your other business, your combined wage before tax is £25k....or one of your kids if they have a NI number....just saying there are ways and means if you put your mind to it...🙄

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