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Budget 2022: The Government has announced Budget 2022, which includes changes to child support payments. Find out more on our Tax Policy website

Budget 2022: The Government has announced a Cost of Living Payment, which will be paid from 1 August 2022. You do not need to apply for this payment. If you are eligible, we’ll pay it into your bank account. Find out more

You'll have your own tax responsibilities when you're in employment. These are different if, for example, you're:

  • self employed
  • an employee (with PAYE deducted from your pay)
  • self employed, but also work for an employer
  • working part time but run a business.

Tax summary

If you are an employee working for an employer, then they'll manage tax and deductions for you.

It's different if you're self employed. You'll be responsible for your own tax.

Last updated: 30 Jan 2020
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