How does the new emergency coronavirus loan scheme work?

13 Mar 2020

On Wednesday 11 March, the Chancellor revealed that the Government would launch an emergency loan scheme designed to support businesses affected by the Covid-19 outbreak.

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Budget 2020

11 Mar 2020

Budget summary When Philip Hammond delivered the last Budget 499 days ago, in the midst of the Brexit negotiations, he could not have imagined that the next Budget would be dominated by the spread of a lethal contagion. Nor is it likely that he thought Rishi Sunak – then a relatively inconspicuous junior minister – [...] Read Full Story

National Insurance Contributions threshold to rise from April 2020

31 Jan 2020

The National Insurance Contributions (NICs) threshold will increase to £9,500 per year from April 2020, the Government has confirmed.

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Spring Statement 2019

13 Mar 2019

On any other day, the Chancellor’s Spring Statement would have dominated the headlines. However, with the UK’s scheduled withdrawal from the EU just days away, and the Prime Minister’s latest Brexit deal voted down by the Commons just hours earlier, this seemed more like a sideshow than the main event. The little speculation there was [...] Read Full Story

Government announces consultation for plans to make HMRC a preferential creditor after insolvency

07 Mar 2019

The Government has announced details of the first public consultation on its plans to make HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) a secondary preferential creditor for certain tax debts which are paid by employees and customers after the insolvency of a business.

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Autumn Budget 2018

29 Oct 2018

The sun was already edging behind the London skyline by the time Chancellor Philip Hammond rose to the despatch box to deliver the first Monday Budget since 1962 – pushed back to 3.30pm because of later Parliamentary sitting times on Mondays. Officially, the traditional Wednesday slot was dispensed with this year to allow as much [...] Read Full Story

Budget date 2018 announced, with half the usual notice

16 Oct 2018

The Chancellor has announced that the 2018 Budget will take place on Monday 29 October 2018, having given just half the usual 10 weeks’ notice of the date. The Autumn Budget, which took place for the first time last year, having been moved from the traditional spring date, was initially trialled to take place annually […]

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Treasury weighing up tax break for landlords who sell to young adults

11 Oct 2018

The chancellor, Phillip Hammond is considering introducing a tax break in this month’s budget rewarding landlords who sell their properties to sitting tenants, after it was revealed that 40 per cent of young adults are unable to buy a home.

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