How you're taxed in Scotland

How you're taxed in Scotland

From next month, taxpayers resident in Scotland will be subject to different rates and allowances from those in other parts of the UK, as a result of the Scottish Parliament flexing its taxation muscles and introducing what’s called the Scottish rate of income tax (SRIT). 

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