TaxPersonal TaxScots ICA produces website tool to help taxpayers claim tax benefits

Scots ICA produces website tool to help taxpayers claim tax benefits

Taxpayers wanting to check they have claimed all their allowances can use the Scots ICA's website.

The institute has produced a tax card for the second year running.

The information is freely available and can also help those who wish to check their tax calculations for both individuals and companies.

It gives details of tax rates, thresholds and allowances for three years. Additionally, it gives details of working families tax credits, disabled persons’ tax credits and National Insurance rates.

Derek Allen, Scots ICA director of taxation, said: ‘The institute has provided this information on its website to help not only its members but the public generally. The card provides a comprehensive list of the most commonly used tax facts including the rates and allowances to help the public check their tax for several years.’

www.icas.org.uk/new/whatsnewindex.html

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