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HI.

 

I put on a claim to transfer part of my tax allowance to my husband as I'm not in full time employment and haven't been since having my first child 13 years ago.

From what I can gather this will be back dated for three tax years, the current one included and should be for just over £200 per tax year?

My husband received a cheque today for tax year 2015/2016 only and for the amount of £122, much less than expected.

He's consistently been in full time employment so not sure how they've come to this conclusion, also will the other years be worked out separately, would that be the normal way of doing this?

 

Thanks

Lisa

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https://www.gov.uk/marriage-allowance/how-it-works

 

According to the information in the link above....

 

You can backdate your claim to include any tax year since 5 April 2015 that you were eligible for Marriage Allowance.

 

Hope this helps.

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it depends on your income and his income and how much tax you paid in the first place. If you get tax credits that will have its own calculations to factor in as well.

Ask for an explanation if there wasnt one sent to you.

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