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Low Level Of Changes To Be Applauded, But Some Further Detail Still To Come From Final Spring Budget
In the "final" Spring Budget for Chancellor Philip Hammond, there wasn't a raft of tax changes announced, or much news specific to Scotland...
UK
20 Mar 2017
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Spring Budget 2017 Analysis - National Insurance: Increase In Rate Of Class 4 NICS For Self-Employed Individuals
The government has announced it will increase the main rate of Class 4 National insurance contributions by 1% to 10% from 6 April 2018, and by a further 1% to 11% from 6 April 2019.
UK
9 Mar 2017
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Midlands Businesses Facing Potential Tax Change Double Whammy
There would be little incentive for workers to abandon their PSCs since the risk of incorrectly assessing their tax position would be borne by the engager.
UK
12 Aug 2015
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Summer Budget 2015: An Opportunity For Business?
The first all-Conservative Budget in almost 20 years offered a few surprise announcements which will no doubt catch the eyes of the business community.
UK
13 Jul 2015
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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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Government To Target Offshore Employment Companies
Today's Budget confirmed an announcement made by the chief secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander, that the Government would end the use of offshore employment companies in tax havens such as Jersey and Guernsey from April 2014.
UK
20 Mar 2013
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Government Extends Tax Relief For Childcare
The Government announced earlier this week that tax relief for childcare will be extended to self-employed as well as employed parents from April 2015.
UK
20 Mar 2013
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Deloitte’s Budget 2011 Coverage
Overall, it’s a remarkably positive Budget unless you’re an oil company or a bank.
UK
24 Mar 2011
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Deloitte Comments On Plans To Merge Tax And National Insurance Schemes
Deloitte comments on plans to merge tax and national insurance schemes Mark Groom, Partner in Deloitte’s employment taxes group, said: "The Chancellor’s announcement that the Government will consult on merging the tax and national insurance schemes is a bold move.
UK
23 Mar 2011
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Mission Implausible?
The Chancellor's announcement that the Government will consult on merging the tax and national insurance schemes is a bold move.
UK
23 Mar 2011
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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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UK Budget - Immediate Reactions
Although widely billed to be a political knock-around, in truth the 2010 Budget was as much about delivering a message to the financial markets -that there's a steady hand on the tiller.
UK
24 Mar 2010
13
Adding Value In A Time Of Volatility Tax Topics For The Financial Services (Part 1)
As the recent financial crisis continues to reshape the global financial services industry, there are many institutions who are viewing this as an opportunity to ‘re-invent’ the way they do business.
UK
10 Jul 2009
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Adding Value In A Time Of Volatility Tax Topics For The Financial Services (Part 2)
As the recent financial crisis continues to reshape the global financial services industry, there are many institutions who are viewing this as an opportunity to ‘re-invent’ the way they do business.
UK
10 Jul 2009
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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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How The Budget Will Affect You
The approximate effect on income tax and NIC for 2009/10 will be as follows
UK
23 Apr 2009
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Budget 2009, Prosper Newsflash
The 2009 Budget contained significant changes for individuals as Alistair Darling demonstrated his intention to repay public borrowing by increasing tax on those with the highest income.
UK
23 Apr 2009
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Budget 2009 Lease Premiums
The chancellor has closed a long standing technique which allowed employees and employers to minimise the tax and national insurance payable on the provision of accommodation by the employer through the payment of a lease premium and a lower rent.
UK
22 Apr 2009
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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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Comment from David Cobb, head of R&D tax services at Deloitte, on the R&D measures.
Although there are no details on timing, the Government has announced an intention to effectively extend the more beneficial R&D regime that currently applies to SMEs to medium sized companies.
UK
 
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