National Union of Teachers Middlesbrough Division / Subscriptions 2015

Union Subscriptions 2015

Member type

National

£

Local

£

Total

£

Full

173

17

190

NQ1

1

 

1

NQ1 first appointed Spring or Summer Term

1

 

1

Part-time NQ1

1

 

1

NQ2

86.50

8.50

95.00

Part-time 6/10 or less not NQ or FTC

86.50

8.50

95.00

Part-time NQ2 or fixed-term contract

43.25

4.25

47.50

Part-time 3/10 or less

43.25

4.25

47.50

Members retiring end of Summer Term

86.50

8.50

95.00

Left Profession Members

17.30

17

34.30

Retired Members

5.10

0.00

5.10

 

Can I claim Income Tax relief on my NUT subscriptions?

Yes NUT subscriptions are tax deductible and you can claim arrears for the last five years. Full NUT subscriptions since 2004 are as follows:

2004 £134, 2005 £139, 2006 £144, 2007 £149, 2008 £156, 2009 £163, 2010 £175, 2011 £179, 2012, 2013 £183 & 2014 £187

How to claim : (a) If you are filling in a tax return, claim for NUT Subscriptions under "Expenses, Subscriptions to professional bodies". Make sure that the figure is then included in the "Expenses" column of your Tax Coding notification.(b) If you do not fill in a tax form in any tax year, you should ask for a form P810(T). This enables you to tell the Inland Revenue how much you paid to the NUT in the previous tax year. They will then adjust your tax coding and send you a new notification.