Changes to Scottish and Welsh Income Tax Arrangements

15th April 2019

From 6 April 2019, if you have your main residence in Scotland or Wales, your income tax arrangements have changed.

Scottish Taypayers

Since 6 April 2016, the Scottish Government has had the right to vary the rates of income tax paid by Scottish Taxpayers.

The rules on who is a Scottish Taxpayer has three main tests. These tests, together with the Scottish Income Tax Rates and Bands for 2019/20 can be found here.

Welsh Taxpayers

From 6 April 2019, Welsh Income Tax rates came into force for those with their 'main home' in Wales. More details of what consistutes a 'main home' and the Welsh Income Tax Rates and Bands for 2019/20 (currently the same as England) can be found here.

Call Clear Vision's tax specialists Tim Hibbert and Diane Aldridge on 01249 712074 if you have queries on your taxpaying status.