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Archive for March, 2016

4 Ways To Celebrate The New Fiscal Year 2016/17

It’s almost the New Fiscal Year! If you’re planning a big celebration to mark this most auspicious day, we’ve got a few ideas to help you party in style. Set yourself a budget of £80 With the personal allowance increase from £10,600 to £11,000 why not use the extra cash to fund your fabulous New[...] Read more »

Nick Lowe: Latest Budget A Plug For Small Business Vote Ahead Of EU Referendum

When addressing the House of Commons in his Spring Budget speech, George Osborne wanted everyone to know that he is backing small businesses. Pledging to cut taxes and simplify legislation, he promised stability for businesses and long-term solutions to long-term problems. But he also used it as a platform to warn business owners that businesses[...] Read more »

Simplified Tax System Simply Rubbish Says Director John Sutcliffe

In his Budget speech, the Chancellor positioned the government as the champion of small businesses, which he demonstrated in his commitment to uncomplicate the UK’s tax system. He explained that he had managed to uncomplicate things by scrapping National Insurance payments for the self-employed. Cutting this red tape, he said, was a reflection of his[...] Read more »

Budget Summary: Changes To Tax For Individuals Explained

The most headline-grabbing change made by the Chancellor to individual taxation was the increase to the personal allowance basic rate limit to £11,500. This change will come into effect from 2017-18. Plus, there are a number of changes coming into effect from April 6 this year, including the introduction of a Personal Savings Allowance. Personal[...] Read more »

Budget Summary: Changes To Capital Gains Tax Explained

The most exciting announcement for many business owners was the government’s decision to reduce capital gains tax. Legislation will be included in Finance Bill 2016 to reduce the rate of capital gains tax from 18% to 10% for basic rate taxpayers, and from 28% to 20% for higher rate taxpayers. Changes to capital gains tax rates[...] Read more »

Budget Summary: Business Tax Changes Explained

As well as cuts to corporation tax from next year, there will also be a series of measures introduced on 6 April 2016. There will be an increase on the tax charged on loans to participators, an update to transfer pricing legislation and an extension of enhanced capital allowances for enterprise zones, among others. Cut in[...] Read more »

Budget Summary: Inheritance Tax Changes Explained

Read on to find out how the changes to inheritance tax legislation could apply to you. Reforms to the taxation of non-domiciles The existing inheritance tax (IHT) deemed domicile provisions for individuals are to be aligned with the proposed changes for income tax and capital gains tax. This will mean that an individual will become[...] Read more »

Budget Summary: Changes To VAT Explained

The Chancellor grabbed headlines on VAT when he announced that the government would be targeting large, international companies who sell goods online to UK consumers. He also increased VAT thresholds inline with inflation and introduced changes to air passenger duty and climate change levies. Representatives for overseas businesses and joint and several liability for online[...] Read more »

Expect Nasty Shocks In Tomorrow’s Budget

Despite the political climate imposed on the Chancellor by the EU referendum, taking place on 23rd June, experts are warning that we could see some nasty tax hikes and cuts from George Osborne in tomorrow’s Budget. Tomorrow from around 12.30, Mr. Osborne will address the nation on our finances. As always, the content of the[...] Read more »

10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Budget

It happens every year: the old red, leather briefcase gets wheeled out and the public braces itself for a long speech, waiting to hear the main points from the Chancellor’s Budget. But it doesn’t have to be a taxing experience. The Budget goes back hundreds of years, and in that time some pretty remarkable events[...] Read more »


 

 

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