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We have been told to look out for 'city tax' - what exactly is this?


We are moving to Glasgow in June on business and have a strict housing allowance of 900 pounds a month.  We've heard that we need to consider "city tax" when we consider how much we can spend on renting/letting a flat. Have you heard of this?  How much a month should we expect to pay in tax in addition to our monthly rent?


James says 

I have never heard of "city tax". Could it perhaps mean council tax? I suggest you ask an estate agent in the area how much you could expect to pay.

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