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    Tax code ends in 'T' what does it mean?
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    • 2nd Mar 11, 10:25 AM
    Tax code ends in 'T' what does it mean? 2nd Mar 11 at 10:25 AM
    Hi All

    I'm a student with a PT/casual job (different amount of work each month earning £500 -£1000 and so far £5300). My tax code on my pay slip is 644T. So far this year I haven't paid any tax, but have paid NI contributions.

    I just looked this up on the web (HMRC) and it says "If there are any other items we need to review in your tax code, for example the income-related reduction to the Personal Allowance (read more in the section 'Effect on your tax code if your income is above £100,000')."

    I'm a little confused... is the 'T' code right for me? What are the 'other items we need to review'?

    I'm about to start FT work again in Aug.
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