Marriage Tax Allowance
Marriage tax allowance is where you are able to transfer £1,260 of your own personal allowance, which is the amount you can earn tax-free each tax year, to a spouse or civil partner. However, this is only if they earn more than you.
Discover more about Marriage Tax Allowance with our range of articles and how to start your claim.
Civil Partnerships - Can You Still Claim HMRC Marriage Allowance?
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The Marriage Allowance: How It Works & How To Claim It
If you’re married and one of you has earnings which total less than the maximum personal allowance whilst the other earns more, you could use the marriage allowance to make...
Marriage Tax Allowance and Married Couple’s Allowance 2023
If you are married, or if you’re in a civil partnership, you may be entitled to marriage tax allowance worth £1,260....