Income Tax Rates
  For individuals and for Discretionary Trusts
Personal Allowances
  Allowances that reduce taxable income and Allowances that reduce tax
Taxable Company Car Benefits
  Scale Charge Calculator, Company Car Fuel Benefits and Inland Revenue Authorised Mileage Rates
  Investments Limits
Approved Employee Share Incentives
  Enterprise Manangement Incentive, Company Share Option Plan, Share Incentive Plan (Annual limits) and Savings Related Share Option
Pension Contributions
Corporation Tax
  Corporation Tax
Tax Credits
  Tax Credits
Taxable Social Security Benefits
  Main Taxable Social Security Benefits
National Insurance Contribution
  Employee, self employed, employer and voluntary contributions.
Inheritance Tax
  Rates on cumulative transfers and Main Exemptions.
Interest on Tax
  Annual Rates
Capital Gains Tax
  Annual exemptions and Taper relief
Civil Partnership Act 2004
  Civil Partnership Act 2004
Employer Provided Benefits
  Vans, Supported Childcare and Loaned Computing equipment.
Capital Allowances
  Plant & Machinery, Private Motor Cars and Other Items.
Stamp Duty
  Stamp Duty and Land Tax
Value Added Tax ( VAT )
  Vans, Supported Childcare and Loaned Computing equipment.
Child tax credits (CTC) supports families with children and some 16 - 18 year olds. All families with children, with income of upto £58,000 a year ( or upto £66,000 a year if there is a child under one year old) can claim.

Working Tax Credit (WTC)
supports working people on low incomes by topping up earnings.

The Pension Credit consists of two elements, the Guarantee Credit and the Savings Credit, for which claimants must be aged atleast 60 and 65 respectively to be eligable. These credits top up income and from 11 April 2005 could increase a single claimants income to £109.45 a week and a couples to £167.05 a week.

Entitlement to all of these Tax Credits is based on a number o criteria so further advice should be sought.

Important Notice
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, information contained in these Tax Tables may not be comprehensive and readers should not act upon it without seeking professional advice. These figures are based on the budget statement of 16 March 2005 and may be affected by subsequent legislation.