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Who is a Scottish taxpayer?

Who is a Scottish taxpayer?

The Scottish Rate of Income Tax (SRIT) affects non-savings and non-dividend income for Scottish taxpayers. Determining Scottish taxpayer status relies on residence criteria or close connections with Scotland, not on nationality or income source.

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Spring Budget Summary 2023

Spring Budget Summary 2023

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, delivered his first Spring Budget to parliament on Wednesday 15th March. Here’s a summary of the key takeaways, including new variations in the UK tax rates, allowances, reliefs and other matters of interest in the update.

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Who is a Scottish taxpayer?

Who is a Scottish taxpayer?

The Scottish rate of income (SRIT) is payable on the non-savings and non-dividend income of those defined as Scottish taxpayers. This means that Scottish taxpayers who also have savings and dividend income need to consider the UK rates as well

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The Growth Plan 2022

The Growth Plan 2022

The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kwasi Kwarteng, delivered a fiscal statement referred to as The Growth Plan 2022 on 23 September 2022. The statement to a packed House of Commons centred on the government’s plans

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Spring Statement 2022

Spring Statement 2022

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has delivered his Spring Statement to the House of Commons against a backdrop of a growing cost of living crisis. Read the highlights of the main tax measures that were announced.

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Health and social care levy announcement

Health and social care levy announcement

Yesterday, a new NHS Levy of 1.25% payable by employees and employers was announced by Parliament and is due to be approved today. Whilst it seems to be be similar to National Insurance, there are some significant differences.

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