How the Spring 2022 statement affects GPs

24th March 2022 by Honey Barrett

How the Spring 2022 statement affects GPs

The UK personal allowance, tax rates and bands for the tax year 2022/23 were announced by the Chancellor in the October 2021 Budget. Guidance by Honey Barrett summarises the key info GP locums and salaried GPs need to know.

Personal allowance frozen

The personal allowance is currently £12,570 and will be frozen at £12,570 for the tax years to 2025/26.

There is a reduction in the personal allowance for those with ‘adjusted net income’ over £100,000. The reduction is £1 for every £2 of income above £100,000. So there is no personal allowance where adjusted net income exceeds £125,140.

Marriage allowance maintained

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