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Income Tax

Volume 932: debated on Thursday 26 May 1977

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if, pursuant to the Written Answer given to the hon. Member for Blaby on 7th April, Official Report, column 624, he will provide a breakdown of the £1,454 million of tax reliefs for those with net incomes of £4,000 or more a year into the amounts accruing to those with net incomes of £4,000, to £4,999, £5,000 to £5,999, £6,000 to £6,999, £7,000 to £7,999, £8,000 to £8,999, £9,000 to £9,999, and £10,000 and over, respectively.

, pursuant to his reply [Official Report, 18th May 1977], gave the following information:The estimates are as follows:

££ million
4,000–4,999396
5,000–5,999294
6,000–7,999(1)310
8,000–9,999(1)170
10,000+284
1,454
(1) Estimates sub-dividing these ranges are not readily available.