Scots Budget reveals plan to increase income tax bands

By Heather Jameson | 14 December 2017

The Scottish Government has unveiled a draft budget which raises income tax in a bid to raise an extra £164m to pay for public services.

Finance Secretary Derek Mackay announced his plans to create two new tax bands – a ‘starter’ band and an ‘intermediate’ band.

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