Thank you very much. I understand your points about the Personal Allowance & that both my other pensions are taxable, which is why the State Pension income has been deducted from the £10,600. My 3rd pension is taxed BR. That is perfectly fair. So far so good. I think I didn't phrase my question very well My query is really about the fact that my total income does not come to £27,000 and I wondered if that fact made any difference to my final code? I quote 'The £10, 600 allowance is "for people who are between 68 and 77 on 5 April 2016 with a yearly income of over £27,700 or where we do not know your total income."'
Not the slightest as Age Allowance has now been abolished. Everything appears to be quite correct at present. All EEA citizens are entitled to a Personal Allowance of 10.6K.
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So it makes no difference to your tax code whether or not your yearly income is under £27.000?
Not in the slightest.in your case. Providing the individual codes are accurate and applied to the appropriate sources of your income you have nothing about which to worry.