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Support for business in the Budget

Posted by: Amy Patterson

The following is a summary of the support the Budget offered businesses last week, promoted recently by the Department for Business. £5 billion for new Restart Grants – a one off cash grant of up to £18,000 for hospitality, accommodation, leisure, pe... Read More

Budget 2021 tax Update

Posted by: Amy Patterson

Many of the tax changes announced are for a fixed period, generally, from April 2021 to April 2026. This does provide welcome certainty for businesses. Announcements made include:Income Tax 2021-22 to 2025-26The basic rate threshold is increasing to... Read More

Budget 2021 Key Points

Posted by: Amy Patterson

A budget to support the British people and businesses as well as starting to fix pubic finances and begin to build the future economy. This was the general feeling from today’s announcement Here’s a quick guide to the key points of today’s... Read More

More has been disclosed, leaked, of this year’s Budget announcements than in previous years. But we now have the details and there is a lot to consider. The following Budget summary is split into four sections: COVID-19 related support measu... Read More

As the EU withdrawal transition period draws to an end (completes 31 December 2020) UK businesses face yet more adjustments in addition to those presented by COVID disruption. Businesses that trade with the EU should by now have matters in hand to c... Read More

In the face of Brexit uncertainties and the recent Coronavirus outbreak the new Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, was faced with falling economic indicators, the need to boost NHS services and was consequently limited in his options to spend on plans to impro... Read More

Autumn Budget 2018 The Prime Minister announced at the Conservative Party conference that the end of austerity was in sight. Recent tax revenues have exceeded expectations, and although there was an expectation that these declarations and indica... Read More

As you would expect, the Spring Statement delivered by the Chancellor Philip Hammond, to Parliament on 13 March 2018, was peppered with party political jibes no doubt intended to lift the spirits of his own party and dismay the opposition parties.The... Read More

Prospects for growth, especially for productivity have been downgraded, but the Chancellor was bullish in his forecasts for investment and the Government’s intention to sort out the slow pace of house building in the UK. A few non-tax comments of not... Read More