Scottish Tax Rates 2018/19

On 20 February 2018 the Scottish Parliament passed its Budget Bill for 2018/19 which saw the introduction of five tax bands for non-savings income. This includes earned income and benefits, profits from self-employment, rental profits and pension income (including State Pension). The Scottish tax rates do not apply to dividend or savings income as these[…]

Off payroll public sector workers – is it worth it?

If you provide services for the public sector, you could be paying double taxation on your PAYE/NIC.   The Public Sector Body assesses the status of a contract when it is awarded to a company, or when the first payment after 6 April 2017 is made. This assessment will normally involve HMRC’s employment status tool and[…]

New Scottish Income Tax Rates and Bands

From 6 April 2018, new Scottish income tax rates and thresholds will apply:   Income (£) Name Rate (%) Below £11,850* N/A 0 £11,850** – £13,850 Starter 19 £13,851 – £24,000 Basic 20 £24,001 – £44,273 Intermediate 21 £44,274 – £150,000*** Higher 41 Above £150,000*** Top 46   *No tax is payable on income below[…]