Revenue Scotland is an open and transparent organisation and is committed to making much of our data available, including revenue statistics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) on our performance as an organisation.
The data we release publicly is guided by the following principles:
- Protection of taxpayer information;
- Transparency and accuracy;
- Impartiality and objectivity;
- Co-ordination and consistency.
More details about how we apply these principles to our work can be found in our Information Charter and Privacy Notice.
We currently publish statistics on two devolved taxes – LBTT and SLfT – on a monthly and quarterly basis respectively. The statistics and related information can be accessed using the links below:
Annual Summary of Trends in the devolved taxes
Revenue Scotland published its fourth annual statistics publication summarising trends in the devolved taxes, namely LBTT and SLfT, on 10 Dec 2021.
The data in the publication covers the period 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2021. The publication and the accompanying figures and tables can be accessed below.
View Annual Summary of Trends in the devolved taxes 2020-21.
Revenue Scotland is committed to building an effective, efficient tax authority with a reputation for delivering a high quality service to taxpayers and the people of Scotland. Effective analysis, use and provision of data is a key element of delivering this vision. The below document sets out Revenue Scotland's Data Analysis Strategy which supports the delivery of the Revenue Scotland Corporate Plan.
Revenue Scotland - Data Analysis Strategy - April 2020.pdf
Information about events hosted by the Revenue Scotland Statistics and M.I. team is available on the Statistics events page.