Scott Mann MP has welcomed the single largest cut to personal taxes in a decade for over 1.7 million workers across the South West.
The Conservative Government are delivering the single largest cut to personal taxes in a decade, bringing the personal threshold for National Insurance tax to £12,570, up from £9,500. This is a tax cut worth £6 billion to 30 million workers across the country.
This cut means the average worker will save up to £330 a year and for the first time, workers can earn up to £12,570 without paying a penny of Income Tax or National Insurance tax.
Over 1.7 million people across Cornwall and the South West will see a benefit of this cut, reducing burdens on household budgets and helping us rebuild our economy as more people take up work.
Commenting, Scott Mann MP said:
“Hard-working people should be rewarded and I’m very pleased that more people in North Cornwall will benefit from the money they earn – especially as people around the world face a global rise in prices.
“So it is welcome news that over 1.7 million people across Cornwall and the South West will benefit from the rise in the National Insurance threshold – the single largest cut to personal taxes in a decade."
Unemployment is at its lowest level since 1974 and there are record numbers of people on company payrolls – but global pressures are pushing up household costs, so this Conservative Government is committed to helping hard-working people keep more of the money they earn.
From today the Government is delivering a £6 billion tax cut for 30 million working people across the United Kingdom, worth over £330 a year, by raising the National Insurance personal threshold from £9,500 to £12,570. This is the single largest cut to personal taxes in a decade and the largest increase in a starting personal tax threshold in British history.
More people will be better off even after paying the new Health and Social Care levy as the Government cuts tax to ease the burden on households and rebuild our economy.