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Tax Rates 2020 2019/20 2020/21 £ £ Income tax rates: England and Wales only (non-dividend income)     0% starting rate for savings only (note 1) Up to 5,000 Up to 5,000 20% basic rate tax 12,501-50,000 12,501-50,000 40% higher rate tax 50,001-150,000 50,001-150,000 45% additional rate tax Above 150,000 Above 150,000 Scottish rates of income tax (non-dividend income)                                                    19% starting rate 12,501-14,549 12,501-14,585 20% basic rate tax 14,550-24,944 14,586-25,158 21% intermediate...

Income Tax Rates and Bands Recent income tax rates and bands are as follows: 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 Savings rate: 10%, 0% from 2015/16 0 - £5,000 0- £5,000 0- £5,000 Dividend Allowance: 20% NA 0 - £5,000 0 - £5,000 Basic rate: 20% 0 - £31,785 0 - £32,000 0 - £33,500 Higher rate: 40% £31,786 - £150,000 £32,001 - £150,000 £33,501 - £150,000 Additional rate:...

Summary Chancellor Philip Hammond said it would be a short, snappy affair when he delivered the government's first Spring Statement to the House of Commons today, and this was indeed to be the case - it took just 30 minutes to cover the key points. The statement...

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