Finance Act, 1920

Part II.

Income Tax.

Income tax for 1920–21.

32 & 33 Vict. c. 67.

14.(1) Income tax for the year 1920–21 shall be charged at the rate of six shillings.

(2) All such enactments relating to income tax as were in force with respect to duties of income tax granted for the year 1919–20 shall have full force and effect with respect to any duties of income tax granted by this Act.

(3) The annual value of any property which has been adopted for the purpose either of income tax under Schedules A. and B., or of inhabited house duty, for the year 1919–21; provided that this subsection—

(a) so far as respects the duty on inhabited houses in Scotland, shall be construed by reference to a year of assessment ending on the twenty-fourth day of May instead of on the fifth day of April; and

(b) shall not apply to lands, tenements, and hereidtaments in the administrative county of London with respect to which the valuation list under the Valuation (Metropolis) Act, 1869, is, by that Act, made conclusive for the purposes of income tax and inhabited house duty.