UK payroll tax calendar and key tax dates 2022-23
With the rate of inflation skyrocketing in 2021, we’ve seen a number of announcements that will impact the take-home pay of UK workers over the next tax year.
Check out the main changes coming into effect in the 2022-23 tax year below, and also download our free UK tax calendar 2022-23 PDF.
Download the UK 2022 – 2023 tax calendar PDF
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The calendar shows an overview of each month from 6 April 2022 to 5 April 2023.
Key tax dates 2022-23
- 1st April 2022: National Living Wage will increase from £8.91 to £9.50 per hour, while National Minimum Wage rates are increasing too
- 1st April 2022: Businesses with taxable turnovers below £85,000 must comply with the Making Tax Digital initiative
- 6th April 2022: National Insurance is increasing by 1.25% for Class 1 (employees), Class 4 (self-employed), and secondary Class 1, 1A, and 1B (employers)
- 6th April 2022: Personal allowance is frozen until April 2026 at £12,570; the basic rate limit at £37,700; and the higher rate limit at £50,270
- 6th April 2022: The repayment thresholds for pre-2012 student loans (Plan 1) will rise from £19,895 to £20,195
- 6th July 2022: The National Insurance threshold will rise to meet the Personal Allowance for Income Tax (£12,570)
See more rates and threshold changes from HMRC.