#Budget2018 - Good for small businesses BUT....

#Budget2018 - Good for small businesses BUT....

The Chancellor delivered a lot of changes that were relatively favourable to small businesses, but in the background a few important adverse changes were made which seem to be because too much money was leaving the Treasury. This is therefore not a bold post-Brexit Budget. 

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Budget 2017 - Brexit and Bricks

The detail behind today's speech offered a lot of new consultations and delayed implementation dates to beyond 2019, which seems to me a 'wait and see' how the Brexit negotiations go before finalising a lot of changes.

The speech itself ended with a grand finale announcing the abolition of stamp duty for first time buyers of residential property purchases up to £300k. 

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Top Five Most Common Tax Queries

Today is the last day of the 2016 tax year and you may be interested to hear the most common tax queries our clients have asked during this tax year. Admittedly, it's not too scientific, but we hope it gives you an idea.

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Budget2016 - Restoring Localism Within A Global Economy

Voting works! UK small businesses, pensioners and parents vote whereas large international companies can't. With an eye on attracting these votes, as long as you're a saver, the Chancellor aims to deliver a package to attract you! 

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