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  • Do you have to pay tax on your training allowance?

    Hello,

    I'm currently in employment and looking to start a cadetship in Sept 2020, has anyone ever had to pay tax on their training allowance? Is it considered as a taxable income?
    (i.e. if you've had a job between April and September that year)

    Thanks in advance

  • #2
    I think it depends if you are employed by your sponsoring company or if your allowance is classed as a bursary.

    Purely depends on the company, which are you going to be with?

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    • #3
      No. It’s classed as a bursary. Unless your with the RFA then your in employment I think

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Stoke1990 View Post
        No. It’s classed as a bursary. Unless your with the RFA then your in employment I think
        Rfa is not the only company... Boston putford is also employment so is subject to tax

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        • #5
          no you're not earning enough to be taxed.

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          • #6
            Yeah chances are it's a moot point for most people as its unlikely to be above the tax threshold. There are a few exceptions that pay more but few and far between.

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