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UK Tax Rates 2023-24: Essential Guide by Wright & Co Partnership Ltd

Navigating the ever-changing landscape of tax regulations can be a daunting task for businesses and individuals alike. To stay compliant and optimize financial outcomes, it is crucial to stay informed about the latest tax rates and their implications. In this comprehensive guide, Wright & Co Partnership Ltd, a premier UK accountancy firm with over 50 years of expertise, breaks down the 2023-24 tax rates to help you better understand their impact on your finances.


Our aim is to present a professional, clear, and easy-to-understand overview of the most pertinent aspects of the 2023-24 UK tax rates, including personal taxation, business taxation, property and land taxation, national insurance contributions, and pension schemes. Whether you are a sole trader, a small business owner, or a representative of a thriving corporation, this guide will provide valuable insights to help you stay compliant, make informed decisions, and plan for your financial future.


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Brief overview of the 2023-24 UK tax rates

Staying abreast of the latest tax rates is essential for businesses and individuals alike. For the 2023-24 tax year, UK tax rates have undergone some notable changes, including adjustments to income tax bands, savings and dividend income allowances, and corporation tax rates. Key aspects of the new tax rates include:

  1. Income tax bands have been updated as follows:

    1. the basic rate (20%) applies to income between £0 and £37,700,

    2. the higher rate (40%) applies to income between £37,701 and £125,140,

    3. and the additional rate (45%) applies to income over £125,140.

  2. The personal allowance remains at £12,570, with the income limit for this allowance set at £100,000.

  3. The dividend allowance has been reduced from £2,000 to £1,000, and the rates for dividend income taxation remain unchanged.

  4. The corporation tax rate has been increased to 25% for companies with profits over £250,000, while the small profits rate of 19% continues to apply to companies with profits up to £50,000.

  5. The Annual Investment Allowance is set at £1,000,000, excluding cars.

  6. The Value Added Tax (VAT) standard rate remains at 20%, and the registration and deregistration limits remain unchanged at £85,000 and £83,000, respectively.

Our comprehensive guide will delve into these changes and their implications, ensuring that you are well-informed and able to navigate the new tax landscape effectively.


Importance of understanding the changes for businesses and individuals

In an ever-evolving tax environment, keeping up-to-date with the latest regulations and rates is crucial for businesses and individuals to ensure compliance and optimize their financial outcomes. By staying informed, you can:


  • Plan your finances more effectively: With a clear understanding of the latest tax rates, you can make informed decisions about your financial planning, including budgeting, saving, and investing, to maximize your financial well-being

  • Identify potential tax-saving opportunities: A solid grasp of the current tax rates and allowances allows you to identify tax-saving strategies, such as making use of allowances, exemptions, and reliefs, thereby reducing your overall tax liability.

  • Ensure compliance with tax regulations: Being aware of the changes in tax rates and regulations helps you avoid potential penalties and fines resulting from non-compliance. Regular updates on tax rates can help you fulfill your tax obligations and avoid any unwelcome surprises.

  • Make informed decisions about your business: For businesses, staying informed about the latest tax rates is crucial for making strategic decisions, such as investing in new equipment or expanding operations, as well as managing cash flow and budgeting for tax payments.

In this guide, we will provide you with an in-depth analysis of the 2023-24 UK tax rates, highlighting the key changes and their implications for individuals and businesses alike. Our goal is to empower you with the knowledge and insights necessary to make informed financial decisions and stay compliant with the latest tax regulations.



Income Tax, Income Tax Reliefs and Individual Savings Accounts Fact Sheet

Income Tax, Income Tax Reliefs and Individual Savings Accounts


Car, Van and Fuel Benefits, Stamp Duty Land Tax Fact Sheet

Car, Van and Fuel Benefits, Stamp Duty Land Tax Fact Sheet


National Insurance, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax Fact Sheet


National Insurance, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax Fact Sheet


Corporation Tax, Capital Allowances, Pensions, Value Added Tax Fact Sheet


Corporation Tax, Capital Allowances, Pensions, Value Added Tax Fact Sheet


Selected Rate, Tax Reliefs for Individuals Fact Sheet

Selected Rate, Tax Reliefs for Individuals Fact Sheet


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