Income Tax Rate for the Year 2019 – 2020

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If you are living in the UK, it’s important to determine what income tax band you fall in, as this will affect the amount of money you take back home. In this infographic, Clear house accountants aim to explain the differences and the rates of income tax you are liable to pay according to the income bracket you fall under in the UK (England, Wales, North Ireland and Scotland). Remember, tax rates in Scotland are different from the rest of the UK.

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Income tax rate for the year 2019 - 2020 For England Wales Northern IrelandYear 2019/20 Additional Rate Higher Rate basic rate Not eligible for income tax payment 0 10 20 30 40 £12500 at most £ 12500-£50000 £50000-£150000 £150000 at least Income Tax Rate Earnings Per Annum For Scotland Year 2019/20 Additional Rate Higher Rate Intermediate Rate basic rate starter rate Not eligible for income tax payment 0 10 20 30 40 £12500 at most £14549-£24944 £24944-£43430 at least £43430-£150000 Income Tax Rate Earnings Per Annum £12500-£14549 £150000 at least POWERED BY CLEAR HOUSE ACCOUNTANTS Visit our website at https://chacc.co.uk infochacc.co.uk Or email us at

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