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Scottish schools and tax relief.

Scottish schools and tax relief.

Business rates will be reviewed by the Scottish Parliament, with proposals to remove the charitable status of independent schools.

The Scottish Parliament is considering reforming the system and is now calling for feedback from the public on the plans.

Non-domestic rates are levied on business properties, determined by the assessed value of the building, and are the second-highest source of tax income for the Scottish Government.

Following a review into the system by former RBS chief Ken Barclay, which made a series of recommendations to reform non-domestic rates in Scotland, a Bill has been introduced in the Scottish Parliament.

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