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My pension is £10,289 ..£960.58 received monthly ..tax code for this year is 1060 L .
Okay ..I await your reply ..Thank you
Sorry that will be the correct amount 11,527 ..
Thanks for the clarification.If you have a tax code of 1060L on your pension, that is correct and you will be paying about £15.45 per month in tax on that source of income.The BR (Basic Rate) code on your wages is also correct. You will be paying tax at 20% on that income. A BR code is not an emergency code in your case. You only get one personal allowance of £10,600 in any one tax year and that is being used against your pension.
If you don't have a tax code of 1060L being used against your pension, call the tax office on the number here and ask them to review your pension and job tax codes while you on the phone. They will amend both tax codes if necessary but from what you have told me, I think everything is as it should be.I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.