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Tax Question

Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,328 The Mix Honorary Guru
Hi, I am a full-time student - degre level.

I work part time but am paying tax.
A few months I got a tax rebate but after that they continued to tax me.

This tax year I have earned £7521.22 and paid £403.24 in tax and £319.14 in National Insurance.

It also says I have paid ERS NI of £80.31 and ERS NI to date of £371.

Do other students here pay tax and NI or is it just me?

Also does anyone know how I can get a rebate if this is wrong?
I've looked on the IR site but didnt find much out.

If you help me get it back I'll give you a reward ;-)

Thanks - Joe

Comments

  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,328 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Im not sure if u have to pay tax while working
    I know i dont pay tax but then im not working...

    At a guess i'd think u shouldnt have to

    you prolly need to phone up the tax thingy people and find out
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,328 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Yes, anything you earn above £4615 is taxable.


    Students
    Your income will not be taxed if:
    You earn less than your personal allowance of £4615 a year
    You haven't claimed JSA in the last year
    You only work during holidays
    If you meet these requirements, complete a P38 form available from your local tax office and give it to your employer who will not deduct tax.

    From our Income Tax article

    Tax rebates
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