Summer Tax Update 2020
Summer Tax Update - (Opens as a PDF in a new window)
 
 
Covid-19 Briefing
Covid-19 Briefing - (Opens as a PDF in a new window)
 
Budget 2020
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Autumn Budget 2018
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Autumn Budget 2017
Autumn Budget 2017 (PDF opens in a new window)
 
Budget 2017
The headlines following the Budget were dominated by the proposed 2% rise in the main rate of Class 4 national insurance (NIC) which is paid by the self-employed. This appeared to break a Conservative Party manifesto pledge not to raise the rate of income tax, national insurance or VAT in this Parliament, ie before May 2020. 

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Budget 2016
George Osborne delivered his eighth Budget on 16th March. Pensions managed to remain unchanged for the first time in living memory with the headlines being grabbed by a cut in capital gains tax rates and elsewhere by a new tax on sugary drinks. The wider implications of some of the measures announced will become clearer over the coming weeks. In the meantime we summarise the main proposals that may affect you.

 
ALM News Summer Budget 2015
The standard personal allowance is increasing to £11,000 for 2016/17 and there is a further increase to £11,200 for 2017/18 (both £200 higher than previously announced). The 2016/17 increase will be accompanied by a rise in the basic rate band so that anyone with total income in excess of £43,000 will be a higher rate taxpayer. The 2017/18 increase is accompanied by a further rise in the basic rate band and anyone with total income in excess of £43,600 will be a higher rate taxpayer. The personal allowances will continue to be reduced by £1 for every £2 by which the taxpayer’s income exceeds £100,000. For those with income above £150,000 the additional rate of tax remains at 45%. Read the full article here (opens as PDF)
 
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