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Autumn Statement 2016

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View Deloitte's comments on the measures the Chancellor announces in his Autumn Statement.

Further reduction on tax relief from pension withdrawals
Patricia Mock, tax director at Deloitte, comments on the reduction in the Money Purchase Annual Allowance.

Potential UK tax changes for non-resident landlords and other foreign companies
Bill Dodwell, head of tax policy at Deloitte, comments on Autumn Statement 2016.

Few tax changes but many spending announcements
Bill Dodwell, head of tax policy at Deloitte, comments on Autumn Statement 2016.

Chancellor exhibits support for museums and galleries
Rachel Austin, tax director at Deloitte, comments on Autumn Statement 2016.

Off-payroll appointments in the public sector
Mark Groom, tax partner at Deloitte, comments on a significant upheaval in the tax treatment of contractors engaged through personal service companies (PSCs) by the public sector.

Long-term boost for personal taxpayers and savers
Patricia Mock, tax director at Deloitte, comments on income tax, NICs, savers and making tax digital.

High hopes for UK housing with Hammond’s £7.2bn investment
John Adams, head of UK planning at Deloitte Real Estate, comments on UK housing in the Autumn Statement 2016.

Autumn Statement offers a boost to entrepreneurs
Tom Evennett, private markets tax partner at Deloitte, comments on the Autumn Statement.

OTS tasked to review UK VAT
Daniel Lyons comments on the OTS's task to carry out a review on ‘aspects of the VAT system’.

No spending splurge but signals UK open for business
Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, comments on Autumn Statement 2016.

R&D boost will turn start-ups into scale-ups in quest for productivity
David Cobb, tax and innovation partner at Deloitte, comments on the Chancellor’s pledge to invest £2 billion per year in research & development (R&D), science and innovation.

Business rates boost for broadband
James Thompson, head of business rates at Deloitte Real Estate, comments on business rates for fibre optic in the Autumn Statement 2016.

Salary sacrifice
Mark Groom, tax partner at Deloitte, comments on radical new proposals for the taxation of benefits in kind and salary sacrifice schemes, which is likely to impact on millions of employees.

Surprise hit for consumers as IPT rises by 2% to 12%
Daniel Lyons comments on the increase in insurance premium tax, effective 1 June 2017.

Deloitte’s preview of the Autumn Statement 2016
Deloitte’s team of tax experts, chief economist, head of infrastructure and public sector leader consider key potential announcements, the economic outlook and the state of public finances ahead of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement on November.

 

 

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