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If you are dealing with a client's tax history

Historic Tax Rates (including related information)

Didn't find your answer?

Kudos to Deloitte! I found this very helpful when submitting Tax Returns for a client for the years from 2008/2009 to date: https://www.ukbudget.com/home/tax-tables.aspx

Others with a similar task may also benefit.

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By Cloudcounter
09th Mar 2020 12:50

Nerd's hat on.

Pah! I've got tax cards from accountancy magazine covering all years from 1967-68! (That's before I started my training contract)

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By DJKL
09th Mar 2020 12:55

Shelf full of Whillans.

The Tolley' s Income Tax Annual used to cover a fair few year ,just inside the front cover, a 2000/2001 one I still, for some reason ,have here in the office covers 1989/90 through to 2000/2001

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By lionofludesch
09th Mar 2020 17:55

DJKL wrote:

Shelf full of Whillans.

The Tolley' s Income Tax Annual used to cover a fair few year ,just inside the front cover, a 2000/2001 one I still, for some reason ,have here in the office covers 1989/90 through to 2000/2001

Me too.

Though I've relegated some older ones to the garage.

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By DJKL
09th Mar 2020 18:15

That is dangerous, someone might throw them out.

I hide all my accountancy "things" at work so she cannot see them.

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By lionofludesch
10th Mar 2020 13:11

DJKL wrote:

That is dangerous, someone might throw them out.

This time next year, I won't care.

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By DJKL
11th Mar 2020 16:40

Should read "we'll be millionaires."

Congratulations on your West Yorkshire devolution, maybe soon to be Full Yorkshire devolution; my slight concern is won't the Northumbrians and those from Country Durham be a bit miffed not getting the same?

Still, once you are sorted when do you fancy an alliance with the Scots against the others.

Meanwhile us Scots are busy populating Notts, the next on the hit list after Northumberland, Durham and Yorkshire, my daughter moves to Nottingham this Friday to start work next Monday, in fact I drove down and backl last Friday/Saturday.

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By lionofludesch
14th Mar 2020 16:35

DJKL wrote:

Should read "we'll be millionaires."

Congratulations on your West Yorkshire devolution, maybe soon to be Full Yorkshire devolution; my slight concern is won't the Northumbrians and those from Country Durham be a bit miffed not getting the same?

Still, once you are sorted when do you fancy an alliance with the Scots against the others.

Well, we'll see how devolution goes. It's only for less than half of the West Riding but maybe we can get back control of the Occupied Territories in the North and West of the county.

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By Justin Bryant
11th Mar 2020 13:52

Can Aweb please have a page dedicated to such useful tax info.? There is lots of free info. out there that would be helpful to have on just one page with the relevant link. Here's just one of very many other useful links that could be considered:

https://www.tax.org.uk/policy-technical/technical-news/updated-checklist...

I'm sure it would increase traffic to this site.

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