By 2020 most businesses, self-employed people and landlords will keep track of their tax affairs digitally, George Osborne has said
“HMRC is making savings of 18 per cent in its own budget through efficiencies,” says chancellor George Osborne.
Chancellor ditches controversial cuts to tax credits, increases the state pension and delivers a blow to buy-to-let investors.
The tax credit taper rate and thresholds will remain unchanged.
What George Osborne has in store for you and your clients.
On the basis of the chancellor’s recent track record on pension and tax reform we can probably expect a few surprises.
Analysis & Opinion
CGT receipts are forecast to be 50 per cent higher than IHT this year. Dany Cox discusses the problems and opportunities.
To make sure he makes the most of tax relief, he will have to follow salary sacrifice rules
The financial settlement on a divorce might depend on a number of factors – but blame will not be one of them
Annual allowance and lifetime allowance have opened the door for increased VCT investment. Danny Cox examines the impact of the changes.
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Companies & People| Nov 23, 2015
Mortgage and insurance network today (23 November) launched its new wills proposition for AR firms.
Companies & People| Nov 20, 2015
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Nov 19, 2015
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Nov 18, 2015
‘Withdrawal optimiser tool’ should help advisers place a monetary value on their tax planning recommendations.
From Pensions| Nov 18, 2015
Fifty-three per cent of retirement savers are uncertain about the taxation of pensions.
From Pensions| Nov 17, 2015
Trustees have free reign over who is to inherit upon the death of the policy if it is being transferred as a lump sum.