Tax Rates 2019 are here below. Basic rate tax payers will get an additional £130 in 2019-20, as the Chancellor reported that the individual tax free allowance will ascend to £12,500, a year sooner than guaranteed in the Conservative statement. Higher-rate tax payer individuals will likewise be in an ideal situation, with the higher-rate limit ascending to £50,000 (counting the individual allowance), comparable to an additional £860 every year. However, a portion of the additions will be eaten away by increased NI contributions, as the 12% NI band is attached to the higher-rate edge. All things considered, working age people will pay 12% of their income somewhere in the range of £8,632 and £50,000 and 2% on higher amount after that. From April 2020 onwards, the basic and higher-rate limits are set to stay the same, before starting to increment in accordance with inflation from April 2021.

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Tax rates 2019

Here below chart explain basic tax rates and allowance for 2019

Personal Tax Free Allowance £12,500
Dividend 0% Rate Allowance £2,000
Savings Allowance (Basic Taxpayers) £1,000
Savings Allowance (Higher Taxpayers) £500

Marriage Allowance (Transferable Tax Allowance)

Marriage Allowance £1,250


Income Tax percentages rates 2019.

Band Limits Percentage
Starting Rate £0 – £5,000 0%*
Basic Rate £0 – £37,500 20%
Higher Rate £37,501 – £150,000 40%
Additional/Top Rate Over £150,000 45%

Dividend Tax Bands and Percentages tax rates 2019.

Band Limits Percentage
Basic Rate £0 – £37,500 7.5%
Higher Rate £37,501 – £150,000 32.5%
Additional/Top Rate Over £150,000 38.1%


National Insurance Rates and Allowances


Shared Banding For All NICs

Lower Earnings Limit (Weekly) £118
Upper Accrual Point (Weekly) £770
Upper Earnings Limit (Weekly) £962
Primary Threshold (Weekly) £166
Secondary Threshold (Weekly) £166

Rates for Class 1 NICs

Between Primary Threshold and Upper Earnings Limit 12%
Above Upper Earnings Limit 2%
Employers’ Rate Above Secondary Threshold 13.8%
Class 1A Rate On Employer Provided Benefits 13.8%
Employees’ Contracted Out Rebate 1.4%
Employers’ Contracted Out Rebate 3.4%
Married Women’s Reduced Primary and Upper Earnings 5.85%
Married Women’s Reduced Rate Above Upper Earnings 2%

Self Employed Class 2 and Class 4 NICs

Class 4 Lower Profits Limit (Annual) £8,632
Class 4 Upper Profits Limit (Annual) £50,000
Class 4 Rate / Lower and Upper Profits 9%
Class 4 Rate Above Upper Profits 2%
Class 2 Earnings Exception Limit £6,365
Class 2 Weekly Amount £3.00
Class 2 Weekly Amount (Share Fisherman) £3.65
Class 2 Weekly Amount (Volunteer Development Workers) £5.90


Capital Gains Tax Rates 2019 and Annual Exempt

Annual Exempt Amount

Individuals £12,000
Other Trustees £6,000

CGT Tax Rates 2019

Basic Rate Taxpayer (Residential Property) 18%
Higher Rate Taxpayer (Residential Property) 28%
Basic Rate Taxpayer (Other Gains) 10%
Higher Rate Taxpayer (Other Gains) 20%
Personal Representative of a Deceased person (Residential Property) 28%
Personal Representative of a Deceased person (Other Gains) 20%
Gains Entrepreneurs’ Relief 10%


We hope these above will help you to understand the basic tax rates changing from April 2019. However please note these above are only for guidance not a professional advice in any shape or form.


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Tax Rates 2019

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