Budget Review

Budget Review

Hawsons

Capital gains tax - turning the screw

1 December 2018

By David Cairns

Hawsons

THE current rates of Capital Gains Tax (CGT) are 10 per cent, to the extent that any income tax basic rate band is available, and 20 per cent thereafter....

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Grant Thornton

A political budget with positive announcements for local businesses

1 December 2018

By Yvonne Chappell

Grant Thornton Northampton

THE Chancellor has delivered his final budget before we leave the EU and whilst expectations were low during the build-up, behind the...

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The dog that didn't bark

1 December 2018

By Nigel Syson

Associate Tax Director

Haines Watts

BEING a firm of business advisors, our team at Haines Watts were only too aware that with much of the pre-Budget publicity...

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Harris & Co

A mixed bag?

1 April 2017

ON Wednesday 8 March 2017 Philip Hammond delivered the last Spring Budget speech of this Government. So what exactly did the Chancellor say and, more importantly, what did it actually mean?
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Prop-Search

Trio of measures to tackle business rates increases

1 April 2017

CHANCELLOR Phillip Hammond has announced that small businesses and pubs will receive additional help with potential business rate increases in a trio of measures reported in his Budget statement....

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Elsby & Co

Relief at no further changes

1 April 2017

By Kupesh Patel
Director
Elsby & Co
AFTER the previous Budgets, the general consensus seemed to be that this current government didn't like private (residential) landlords/...

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