Since 6th April 2019, the Welsh rates of income tax are different from England’s. Current Welsh rates of income tax:
The tax paid by Welsh residents goes straight to the Welsh government. These rates apply to non-savings and non-dividend earnings. Savings and dividend earnings are still taxed under main UK rates.
You’ll never pay income tax in both Wales and England. Welsh income tax is still paid via PAYE or Self Assessment, so you’ll owe income tax on:
CIS workers will pay Welsh rates of Income Tax, the deductions (20/30%) will be made by aligning with the UK system. The Welsh rates will affect the tax owed and rebate you’re eligible for.
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