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Do you know how much of the allowance is able to be transferred across, does my husband pay any tax?
Monica, thank you for your reply..You say he receives a pension of 10,367 - this means he should not pay any tax ... please clarify what £4,083 relates to.The maximum married couple's allowance for 2013-14 is £7,915 giving you a tax saving of (7,915 x 10%) = £791.50
Please use form R40 to make a claim for an earlier year .. no earlier than tax year 2009-10.
Put a tick on Box 10.6 on page 4.
Calim for tax year 2009-10 has to be made by 5 Apr 2014 ... refer to notes for completing form R40
You can download Form R40 here
Download notes to Form R40 here
Thankyou for being more specific, the £4,083. is on my husbands tax code notice as married couples allowance, does this mean we are already getting £3,000? sorry but I Have to go out now. can I come back for an answer later?
Thank you for your help, I will download forms and request transfer of excess allowance if any is due.
thank you once again
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