Today, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his Autumn Statement. We have summarised the key points.
From 1st April 2023, the main rate of Corporation Tax will increase by 6%, from 19% to 25%.
This rate increase has been on the cards for some time, having first been announced in 2021’s Spring Budget.
Following the Chancellor’s ‘mini’ budget announcement, we’ve broken down some of the key points to make them more digestible.
Get the key points from the UK Autumn Budget 2021 announcement. The chancellor revealed information on the wage increase and more.
The super-deduction was introduced in the 2021 Spring budget with a 130% capital allowance to encourage businesses to invest more.
The National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage rates increase soon. Get up-to-date and find out the rates as of 1 April 2021.
The Chancellors’ spring Budget covered support for businesses available until the end of lockdown and beyond. Find out what you can receive.
As Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces his Budget in the House of Commons, we take a quick look at the key points he has set out to help the UK bounce back.
Read up on the March budget announcement covering coronavirus response, business taxation, personal taxation, alcohol, tobacco and fuel.
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Good or bad news: what does the latest budget mean for you? Is it good or bad news? We’ve all had a couple of weeks to digest our thoughts on the latest budget. This post rounds up some of the key changes proposed by Philip Hammond and his Government colleagues. Here at Whyfield, we feel