Tax 

Dividend tax changes create income poser

  • Gain an understanding of: dividend taxation
  • Be able to describe: how dividend taxation changes affect taxpayers
  • Comprehend: how dividend taxation may change in the future
CPD
30min
Dividend tax changes create income poser

Dividend taxation is not as widely understood as it perhaps should be. Although business owners and individuals with large share portfolios are among the prime recipients of payouts, others have also been hit in the past. 

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CPD
30min
  1. How much tax credit can taxpayers in all income tax bands receive under the new rules?

  2. What did the chancellor suggest cutting the dividend allowance would achieve during the Spring Budget?

  3. How much has the amount payable on dividends in excess of the dividend allowance for additional-rate taxpayers increased by?

  4. What vehicles does Mr Cox say that can investors can exploit to reduce the impact of the new changes?

  5. What does Rachael Griffin say about the prospect of the government backtracking on the MPAA cut?

  6. Who is likely to be hit by the allowance cut?

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