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Tax tables 2013-14

These tables reflect announcements made in December 2012. For more detail on these rates, see Tables confirming tax and tax credit rates and thresholds for 2013-14 (57kb PDF). Some rates and figures may not be confirmed until the 2013 Budget.

Income tax, capital gains tax, and inheritance tax

Income tax personal and age-related allowances


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nogammonsinanundoubledgame's picture

Main rate of CT from April 2013.    1 thanks

nogammonsinanun... | | Permalink

You have given as 24%

Per here it is 23%:

With kind regards

Clint Westwood

John Stokdyk's picture

My mistake - now corrected

John Stokdyk | | Permalink

Thanks for alerting us - these tables are always a challenge and it helps if members point out errors so we can get them right.

I'll do a comprehensive second proof-read now to make sure nothing else has slipped through.

Pension limit changes    1 thanks

steve01257 | | Permalink


I am sure that the reductions in the annual allowance to £40,000 and the lifetime allowance to £1,250,000 are only from 6 April 2014 not from April this year as stated.




John Stokdyk's picture

@steve01257 - well spotted

John Stokdyk | | Permalink

That mistake has also been corrected in the table above.

Class 4 lower profits limit    1 thanks

Ardeninian | | Permalink
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NIC lower earnings limit 2012-13    1 thanks

julieclare | | Permalink

This should be £107 not £102. £102 was the limit for 2011/12.

John Stokdyk's picture

Didn't mean for the tables to be quite so interactive

John Stokdyk | | Permalink

Apologies again for allowing the errors to slip throug and thanks @Ardeninian and @julieclare for bringing them to our attention. They have been corrected in the text.

Our in-house proof-reading has been inadequate in this instance, but having been gone over so many times by attentive AccountingWEB members, I think the tables should now be relatively trust-worthy.

PA 2013-14

KeZico | | Permalink

Isn't the personal allowance £9205 for those aged under 65 for 2013-14 ?? (as opposed to £9440 you have)


Ardeninian | | Permalink

I'm afraid not: it was originally announced as £9,205 at Budget 2012, but was increased to £9,440 in the Autumn Statement

VAT Reg Threshold

Andrew288 | | Permalink

Sorry if I missed it from somewhere obvious but what are the new VAT thresholds? Small overall point but these seem to be the hardest figures to find.

Found it.

Andrew288 | | Permalink

Found VAT threshold under other heading but did ring HMRC first after noting their website was not updated.  Waiting 20 seconds (after the usual 3 minutes 45) for the figures £79K and £77K to be looked up.

Stamp duty rates

Duncan Cameron | | Permalink

I'm not casting doubt on the claim you make in your final para but the SDLT rates you give are at odds with those quoted by others eg UK.GOV  (