Claare Argidoil Ellan Vannin 2023
Yn Chlaare Argidoil 2023 lesh shilley bieau
- Nee'n lowanse persoonagh son keesh cheet stiagh tannaghtyn ec £14,500 son cummaltagh er-lheh as £29,000 son cubbyl er nyn sessal cooidjagh.
- Son ard chosneyderyn, bee'n lowanse persoonagh er ny cheylaghey as jeant ny sloo liorish £1 son dagh £2 ta'n cheet stiagh ooilley cooidjagh ec peiagh erskyn £100,000 (£200,000 son cubbylyn er nyn sessal cooidjagh). Shoh dy ghra my vees cheet stiagh ooilley cooidjagh ec peiagh £129,000 (£258,000 son cubbylyn er nyn sessal cooidjagh) ny ny syrjey dy bee y lowanse persoonagh oc neunhee.
- Ta'n rate sinshley son keesh cheet stiagh son fir er-lheh tannaghtyn ec 10% as ta'n rate syrjey ec 20%. Ta'n cagliagh sinshley erskyn ta'n rate syrjey dy cheesh cheet stiagh cheet dy ve ry eeck tannaghtyn ec £6,500 son fer er-lheh as £13,000 son cubbyl er nyn sessal cooidjagh.
- Bee ny £600 toshee dy chooney cadjin ayns ynnyd jeh argid, currit da failleydagh liorish failleyder, seyr veih keesh cheet stiagh. Cha bee agh yn sym erskyn £600 keeshagh. Cha jean shoh bentyn da aaght as costyssyn cochianglt rish. Ta'n saase ry hoi cur-rish roaryn, carbid as conney tannaghtyn gyn caghlaa.
- Ta'n Skeim cur Seyrsnys veih Urryssaght Ashoonagh er ny lhiasaghey myr heese maghey'n 6 Averil 2023:
- Ta'n feeuid smoo son cur er-ash er ny vishaghey veih £4,000 gys £4,400
- Ta'n faill sloo vleinoil ooilley cooidjagh as feme er cosney ee dy ve reihalagh son cur er-ash goll er yrjaghey veih £21,000 gys £23,000
- Ta'n feme er obbraghey rish earroo sloo dy ooryn dy ve reihalagh son cur er-ash goll er scryssey magh
• Bee ny caglieeyn sinshley bentyn da Urryssaght Ashoonagh as ny caglieeyn syrjey er cosney jeant ny syrjey liorish 5%. Bee rateyn Brastyl 2 as Brastyl 3 jeant ny syrjey rere shen.
The 2023 Budget at a glance
- The income tax personal allowance will remain at £14,500 for a resident individual and £29,000 for a jointly assessed couple.
- For higher earners, the personal allowance will be tapered and reduced by £1 for every £2 that a person’s total income is above £100,000 (£200,000 for jointly assessed couples). This means if a person’s total income is £129,000 (£258,000 for jointly assessed couples) or above their personal allowance will be zero.
- The income tax lower rate for individuals remains at 10% and the higher rate at 20%. The threshold at which the higher rate of income tax becomes payable remains at £6,500 for an individual and £13,000 for a jointly assessed couple.
- The first £600 of any general benefits in kind, provided to an employee by an employer, will be exempt from income tax. Only the amount above £600 will now be taxable. This will not apply in respect of accommodation and associated expenses. The treatment of bicycles, cars and fuel remains unaffected.
- The National Insurance Holiday Scheme is amended as follows from 6 April 2023:
- The maximum value of a refund is increasing from £4,000 to £4,400
- The minimum annual gross salary which must be earned in order to qualify for a refund is increasing from £21,000 to £23,000
- The requirement to work a minimum number of hours to qualify for a refund is being removed
• The National Insurance thresholds and upper earnings limit will be increased by 5%. Class 2 and Class 3 rates will be increased accordingly.