Budget Review

Budget Review

Support - but there’s a difficult road ahead

24 March 2016

ALTHOUGH the big announcements in the Chancellor’s budget were the revisions to the UK’s growth forecasts and a new tax on sugary drinks, there are some significant changes on the way which...

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Not a good time for landlords

24 March 2016

THE last six months have not been a good time for individual landlords from a tax perspective. Using the July 2015 Budget, and then the autumn statement in December 2015, the government have...

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Tax changes for non-doms

17 July 2015

FOLLOWING the changes announced in respect of entrepreneurs' relief in the Autumn Statement and Spring Budget, it was perhaps not surprising that the Chancellor decided not to tinker too much more...

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Burden shifts onto businesses

17 July 2015

A FEW weeks ago, organisers claim some 250,000 people, led by leading 'economic thinkers' as Charlotte Church and Russell Brand, marched ahead of the Summer Budget to protest against austerity....

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Is it really generous?

17 July 2015

CURRENTLY, IHT is paid at 40 per cent on all inherited assets worth more than £325,000.

The new transferable amount of £175,000 on top of the current £325,000 will benefit those couples...

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Winners and losers but positive overall

17 July 2015

THERE was a lot of anticipation for the first Conservative budget in 19 years and, whilst there were clear winners and losers, for business here in Northampton the announcements were...

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