Very broadly, a UK taxpayer is a Scottish taxpayer if their main home is in Scotland. A Scottish taxpayer will pay Scottish rate income tax on their non-savings and non-dividend income. All other personal taxes on income and capital gains tax will be paid at the rates applicable to the rest of the UK.
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