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ACCA's Guide To... Autumn Budget 2018 and Guide To... Tax Rates and Allowances 2018 summarise the key information you need from the Autumn Budget.
As expected the chancellor announced the extension of IR35 to the private sector.
Landlords have had a rough ride in recent Budgets. Do they have any reason to smile this time?
Reforms due from April 2020.
Move expected to produce an extra £185million in taxes for the government.
HMRC’s new Agent Services Account is about to add key services.
Browse our new range of guides and checklists
The value of any part of a residence that is inherited by an exempt beneficiary will be taken into account.
The headline thoughts of ACCA's experts on this year's Budget.
Making Tax Digital exemption need greater than for online VAT filing.
One-week consultation on introduction of Welsh rates of income tax.
2% tax will apply on the revenues of specific digital business models.
How the VAT Mini One Stop Shop scheme will work in a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Taxing gains made by non-residents on UK immovable property.
Minimum qualifying period extended from one to two years.
Focus will be on making the taxation of trusts simpler, fairer and more transparent.
£30 the new limit for Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme.
Pensions and savings allowances remained unchanged or increased in line with CPI.
Non-levy SMEs now pay only 5% of training cost.
Rules for the tax treatment of vouchers will be simplified from January.
Changes to encourage investment were a theme of the Budget.
The government wants to make it easier for more people to save at all stages of their lives.
Changes to business rates on self-catering and holiday let accommodation.
Intangible fixed assets regime made more competitive and manageable.
Download and share our Guide to Stamp Duty Land Taxes in the UK.
Tech investment and competitiveness remain lodestars of relief regime.
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