If you are some who pays your taxes in the United Kingdom, it is pretty obvious that by now you have received some letter or some form of notification from the HMRC telling you that you have a new tax code. Although this piece of information may not seem to be so precious initially, you will come to realize that it goes a long way in defining your relation with the government when it comes to remitting part of your income to them.
If you ask many of your friends what their code looks like, you will realize that most of them are ending in letter L. This might already be the case with you. However, if you happen to receive a letter from the HM Revenue and Customs telling you that yours is 307T, then you need to know that you are in a slightly different case from the rest. Despite the fact that it does not necessarily meant that you are on the wrong and everyone else is on the right, I would really not wish that anyone I know gets this tax code. The reason why I am saying this is because of the fact that if you see anyone has this, then you need to understand that the Revenue and Customs agency intends to review a few items of the returns of that person. The problem with such reviews is that although they will start with very simple items on your returns, they can easily turn into back duty investigations that may require you to produce records of up to 6 years ago.
How To Calculate Your Personal Relief
If you want to know what your personal relief will be if at all you have been allocated the 307T as your code, you will need to take this amount and then multiply it by ten, as a you would do with any other code. If you do this, you will arrive at 3,070 pounds, which is the amount of money that you will be allowed as your personal relief.
As we have already mentioned, getting notification from HM Revenue and Customs that your new code is 307T is not really something that you should rejoice about. If this happens to you, get in touch with them and ask them what caused them to allocate you this code. If you feel that it was wrongly allocated to you, you should ask them to change it.