Marriage Tax Allowance

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What is the Marriage Tax Allowance and who can get it?

The Marriage Tax Allowance allows you to transfer £1,260 of your personal allowance (the amount you can earn tax-free each tax year) to your spouse or civil partner if you are a non tax payer.

If your claim is successful, it will lower your spouse or civil partner’s tax bill for the period claimed and any years thereafter.*

Only people with specific circumstances will be able to apply:

  • You need to be married or in a civil partnership (just living together doesn’t count).
  • One of you needs to be a non-taxpayer, which usually means you’ll earn less than the £12,570 personal allowance between 6 April 2021 and 5 April 2022.
  • You both must have been born on or after 6 April 1935.
  • Your spouse/civil partner needs to be a basic 20% rate taxpayer (higher or additional-rate taxpayers aren’t eligible for this allowance).

* You will need to contact HMRC to cancel your marriage tax allowance if your circumstances change.