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Bill Dodwell, Head Of Tax Policy At Deloitte Comments On The Budget
An analysis of Chancellor George Osborne's Budget announcement.
UK
21 Mar 2013
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Brighter Outlook But Still Long Haul Ahead For UK Economy
Commenting on today's Budget, Ian Stewart, Deloitte chief economist, said:
UK
21 Mar 2012
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Deloitte Preview Of Budget 2012
Bill Dodwell, head of tax policy at Deloitte, considers what tax measures the Chancellor is expected to focus upon in the Budget on 21 March, and what we already know is in the Finance Bill 2012.
UK
16 Mar 2012
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Weekly VAT News Budget Special 22 June 2010 - If it Counts, it's Covered
As had been widely expected, the Chancellor announced an increase in the standard rate of VAT to 20%.
UK
23 Jun 2010
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UK Budget Briefing - If it Counts, it's Covered
The Chancellor, George Osborne, presented his first Budget statement today, and as expected, significant public sector spending cuts were announced.
UK
23 Jun 2010
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Business Tax Briefing - For Businesses
The Budget, as expected, included many tax-raising measures, most notably the increase in the top rate of income tax to 50%. There are also important new measures in relation to tax evasion and tax reporting.
UK
23 Apr 2009
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GES Newsflash: Budget Special
Fiscal tightening was expected in the Budget, driven by the current economic challenges and the long-term need to reduce public borrowing.
UK
23 Apr 2009
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Build Up To The Budget 2009
One of the politcial messages that we've heard in response to the global recession is that we need to build a low carbon economy.
UK
21 Apr 2009
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Deloitte Predictions For The Chancellor´s 2009 Budget
Chancellor Alistair Darling delivers his Budget later in the year than we've come to expect - on 22 April. This will inevitably curtail the Parliamentary debate of the Finance Bill, since it will need to be finalised in the House of Commons by the first week of July, with a view to receiving Royal Assent by the third week of July, when Parliament rises for the summer recess.
UK
21 Apr 2009
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Taxation Of Foreign Profits Of Companies
Today's announcement on foreign profits reform brings a welcome resolution to over two years of debate on the introduction of an exemption from UK corporation tax for overseas dividends.
UK
25 Nov 2008
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Deloitte Pre-Budget Report 2008 - Tales Of The Unexpected
The PBR was a mix of the widely expected and the enormously surprising from a personal tax perspective this year.
UK
25 Nov 2008
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