Tag Archives: Budget

Money management during unprecedented times

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The term “unprecedented times” has been used a lot over the past few years, hasn’t it? Whether it’s the global pandemic, the soaring cost of fuel and energy crisis or the more recent war in Ukraine none of us would be shamed for saying when it comes to our finances […]

The Autumn Budget Statement – Tax Tricks or Treats?

The Autumn Budget Statement – Tax Tricks or Treats?

On Wednesday 27 October the Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered the Autumn Budget Announcement.  In the run up to Halloween we ask whether it delivered tax tricks or treats?   The Autumn Budget Announcement trumpeted a “New Age of Optimism”, but there were ominous signs of tax increases to come.  […]

Budget 2021 summary and key tax legislation

The Budget 2021

Chancellor Rishi Sunak published the second full Budget since the start of the Coronavirus outbreak on Wednesday 3 March 2021. So, what does it mean for the UK’s taxation landscape?  Almost 12 months on, the Budget laid bare the economic impact of COVID-19 and how Sunak intends to get economic […]

Manifesto Review – Tax Policies

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It is important to establish that we have no “political axe to grind” here. We simply wanted to set out an impartial summary of the manifesto pledges of the two main political parties with a little bit more digging into the possible implications for individuals and businesses. Summary of Conservative […]

A Budget for Britain? Comment from Lorraine Harnby Tax Manager.

A Budget for Britain

This was the last Budget before Brexit therefore it perhaps came as no surprise to see an emphasis to promote business and trading in the UK. This came in the way of an increase in the Annual Investment Allowance from it’s current level of £200,000 to £1million for the next […]