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How savers can shield £17500 income from the taxman: The three 'allowances' that can cut tax bills for pensioners ... - This is Money

This is MoneyHow savers can shield £17500 income from the taxman: The three 'allowances' that can cut tax bills for pensioners ...This is MoneyIf your income (ignoring any interest from cash Isas) is below £17,500, you can pay no tax. Where your income comes from is crucial to your number-crunching. If, for example, you have a pension of £15,000 and £2,500 of savings income, all your savings ...21-03-2018

This is Money

How savers can shield £17500 income from the taxman: The three 'allowances' that can cut tax bills for pensioners ...
This is Money
If your income (ignoring any interest from cash Isas) is below £17,500, you can pay no tax. Where your income comes from is crucial to your number-crunching. If, for example, you have a pension of £15,000 and £2,500 of savings income, all your savings ...

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