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You are a basic rate taxpayer earning £20,000 a year and get £250 in account interest:
You won’t pay any tax on your interest, because it’s less than your £1,000 Personal Savings Allowance.
You are a basic rate taxpayer earning £20,000 a year and get £1,500 in account interest:
You won’t pay tax on your interest up to £1,000. But you’ll need to pay basic rate tax (20%) on the £500 interest over your Personal Savings Allowance.
You are a higher rate taxpayer earning £60,000 a year and get £250 in account interest:
You won’t pay any tax on your interest, because it’s less than your £500 Personal Savings Allowance.
You are a higher rate taxpayer earning £60,000 a year and get £1,100 in account interest:
You won’t pay tax on your interest up to £500. But you’ll need to pay higher rate tax (40%) on the £600 interest over your Personal Savings Allowance.
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