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    panther
    Over 65 personal allowance - any tips to increase it?
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    • 19th Mar 08, 8:48 PM
    Over 65 personal allowance - any tips to increase it? 19th Mar 08 at 8:48 PM
    Having got the money saving bug (thanks to this excellent site) I've sorted out my parents savings and was now wondering if there's any way I can increase my dad's personal allowance?

    He's a retired 70 y.o and misses out on the married couples allowance by just 2 years. He's been given tax code K40 for 08/09 as his taxable income for the year is worked out at 3423 and his works company pension is 3023 (a shortfall of 400 to be added). Both parents are disabled and receive the top rate of DLA care & mobility allowance and I thought I'd make some enquiries to see if there are any other allowances on offer to increase his personal allowance and bring down that K40. Thanks
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