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Financing landmark buildings and flagship projects could be more difficult in the future with tax changes for overseas investors
Autumn Budget announcement means financing landmark buildings & flagship projects could be more difficult in future with tax changes for overseas investors.
Amazon and eBay face VAT liability bombshell as HMRC targets ‘sea change’ in attitudes
Unpaid VAT on online sales has become a huge issue in recent years, and has cost the Exchequer a vast amount in potential lost revenues.
National Insurance U-turn welcomed
Self-employed and small business owners would have been hit by £2.1 billion in NIC increase
Anything “good” in the red box?
We are only a couple of weeks away from the Autumn budget. The Chancellor will deliver this, a little earlier than normal, on Monday 29 October. The pre-budget rumours and predictions are well underway; one of those within the press concerns residential property.
The 2018 Spring Statement: Our summary
We have produced a summary concentrating on the tax consultations that were announced either at Spring Statement or in recent weeks. We are also taking this opportunity to remind you of tax changes which take effect for 2018/19.
First Spring Statement slimmed down – but what was unveiled?
Today saw the Chancellor Philip Hammond deliver his first Spring Statement. At only 25 minutes long there were none of the usual tax or spending announcements, instead only a response to economic forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility, along with notice of various consultations on future changes.