Author Archives: Matthew Tudhope
UK Budget, March 2016 Tax Highlights
Growth forecast cut, Sugar Tax introduced and Capital Gains Tax Reduced; these are just a few of the headline changes that the Chancellor announced in his budget. It is therefore no surprise that there was a mixed response to some of these announcements but, from a tax perspective, there were certainly some glimmers of positivity. […]
How Does the Summer Budget (July 2015) Affect My UK Taxes?
The Chancellor of the Exchequer gave his Budget to Parliament on Wednesday 8th July and introduced a number of tax changes that could potentially have a big impact on many UK taxpayers. We have summarised below what we believe to be the key tax changes in this July 2015 budget: Change to Permanent Non-Dom Status […]
UK Autumn Statement – Key Points Around Taxation to Note
The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement provided several changes and new provisions to consider, the most relevant of which are summarised below. Stamp Duty Under existing rules taxpayers have to pay stamp duty land tax at a single rate on the entire, property value. Under the Autumn Statement taxpayers are now only required to pay the rate […]