§ Mr. Woodburn
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the total tax payable, respectively, on unearned incomes of the following amounts and the tax if on earned incomes £150,000, £65,000, £40,000, £10,000, £5,000 and £1,500 a year, and on £600, £500, £300 and £120 a year, with the amount paid in tax by a single man and the amount refunded in post-war credits.
§ Sir J. Anderson
I would refer my hon. Friend to Table X, Parts (1a) and (1b), of the Financial Statement, 1941–42 (House of Commons 73, 1941), in which all the figures are given except those relating to an income of £66,000. A single man, whose income, £66,000, is all earned, pays £61,024 17s. 6d. in tax, of which £60 will be refundable as a post-war credit, while a single man with £66,000 income wholly unearned pays £61,099 17s. 6d. in tax, of which £10 will be refundable as a post-war credit.