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Everyone, in the UK is entitled to receive £6,475 FOR 2010/11 of income without paying any tax. It is referred to as tax free personal allowance. 20% basic rate is then taxed on the balance.
In the UK, taxes are deducted automatically by your employer if you earn over £100.48 each week. At the end of the year, if your annual income is less than £5,225 you will be entitled to receive a tax refund.
In the current tax year, you can earn around £5k and still not pay tax in the UK. This is if you earn this income between November 2011 and 5 April 2012. A new limit will be set in the next tax year. The figure is different for single and married persons. Check this web site for more information:
You can earn up to £110 a week in 2010 - 2011 before you pay any tax
Read more: How much can you earn before paying tax in 2011?
Not all income is taxable, you can also receive some normally 'taxable' income 'tax-free'. Taxable income is that which you earn from full, part time or temporary employment and employment perks. The most common non-taxable incomes are Disability Living Allowance, Attendance Allowance, Pension Credit, Child benefit, Housing Benefit, War widow's Pension and Maternity Allowance, so the minimum you make from any of these incomes is your minimum non-taxable income!
In 2011-12 the maximum you can earn without paying any Income Tax is £7,475. You can earn a bit more before starting to pay tax if you are over 65.
Everyone can earn a certain amount each year without paying any Income Tax. This is called your Personal Allowance. In 2011-12 the Personal Allowance is £7,475. Some people can earn a bit more before they start paying tax, if they're over 65, for example.
A person can have a certain amount of income without having to pay any income tax, which is called ‘personal allowance’. Currently in the UK, everyone under the age of 65 does not pay tax when he or she earns £6,475.
Everyone can earn a certain amount each year without paying any Income Tax (Personal Allowance). In 2010-11 the Personal Allowance is 6,475. People who are 65 and over can earn more before paying tax
The amount you can earn before paying income tax is 6,475 (2010-11).Nearly everyone who is resident in the UK for tax purposes receives a 'Personal Allowance', which is an amount of taxable income you're allowed to earn or receive each year tax-free. It may be higher if you are 65 years or over
In the United Kingdom, for 2010/11, everyone is entitled to receive £6,475 of income without paying any tax. It is referred to as tax free personal allowance. 20% basic rate is then taxed on the balance.