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Income Tax Rates and Bands

Recent income tax rates and bands are as follows:

2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Savings rate: 10%, 0% from 2015/16 0 - £5,000 0- £5,000 0- £5,000
Dividend Allowance: 0% 0- £5,000 0 - £2,000 0 - £2,000
Basic rate: 20% 0 - £33,500 0 - £34,500 0 - £37,500
Higher rate: 40% £33,501 - £150,000 £34,501 - £150,000 £37,501 - £150,000
Additional rate: 45% Over £150,000 Over £150,000 Over £150,000

When the personal allowance is taken into account an individual will start to pay tax at 40% when their total income exceeds £46,350 in 2018/19. This is expected to rise to £50,000 for 2018/19. This threshold (and the 45% threshold) can be increased if the taxpayer pays personal pension contributions or makes gift aid donations.

For 2017/18 the basic rate band on non-savings income for Scottish Taxpayers is set at £43,000. For all other income types it remains in line with the main UK band of £45,000.

Scottish Income Tax Rates and Bands for non-savings income

2018/19 2019/20
Starter rate: 19% Up to £2,000 Up to £2,050
Basic rate: 20% £2,001 to £12,150 £2,051 to £12,445
Intermediate rate: 21% £12,151 to £31,580 £12,446 to £30,930
Higher rate: 41% £31,581 - £150,000 £30,931 to £150,000
Additional rate: 46% Over £150,000 Over £150,000

 

Charities & Not For Profit

We have been providing charity clients with high quality, specialist advice and service for many years, and our charity clients range from small village halls to large national organisations...

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Farming Industry

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