Budget Review

Budget Review

Hawsons

Chancellor keeps his powder dry

1 April 2017

THE bumper flow of Capital Gains Tax (CGT) into the exchequer may be the reason that there were few announcements from Mr Hammond in this area.
Furthermore, given last year's changes to CGT...

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Moore Stephens

New rules for passing on the family home

1 April 2017

By Pete Simons
Partner and Tax Specialist
Moore Stephens
NEW inheritance tax rules for passing on the family home, including the introduction of the family home allowance start...

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Haines Watts

Mixed messages and a white van car crash

1 April 2017

Philip Hammond's first Budget was a Budget of mixed messages with some of the elements of the relating to companies being quite positive whilst others around individuals were less helpful. Nigel...

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JR Watson

Businesses need to reconsider flat rate scheme

1 April 2017

By Sue Leathem
Partner
JR Watson & Co
VALUE added tax (VAT) is a tax paid by all end purchasers of goods and services. Consumers, usually the public, bear the impact of this...

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Grant Thornton

A modest budget with few surprises

1 April 2017

By Kevin Gale
Practice Leader
Grant Thornton
DELIVERED at a time when the economy is still sailing forward, the Chancellor's final spring Budget saw few surprises or standout...

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MacIntyre Hudson

A Budget for a stronger, fairer, more global Britain

1 April 2017

IN his final Spring Budget, the Chancellor adopted a Budget of few surprises to provide a "strong stable platform for Brexit".

There was not much detail relating to tax, with attention paid...

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