Who will pay Welsh rates of Income Tax?

A taxpayer who is resident in the UK for tax purposes and has their sole or main place of residence in Wales for more of the tax year, than in any other part of the UK, will be a Welsh Taxpayer and will pay the Welsh rates of Income Tax. Individuals in PAYE will have the letter ‘C’ (Cymru) as a pre-fix on their PAYE coding notice. Welsh taxpayer status will apply for the whole tax year.

Individuals should inform HMRC of any changes to their address by accessing the Personal Tax Account. For more information on these changes visit the Welsh Government website

https://gov.wales/funding/fiscal-reform/welsh-taxes/income-tax/?lang=en

 

am siaradwyr Cymraeg

https://gov.wales/funding/fiscal-reform/welsh-taxes/income-tax/?skip=1&lang=cy

 

am siaradwyr Cymraeg

https://gov.wales/funding/fiscal-reform/welsh-taxes/income-tax/?skip=1&lang=cy