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Kirk Rice Blog

  • 2017 Autumn Budget – How Will It Affect You?Written on November 23, 2017 by Kirk Rice LLP

      In any case, for a variety of economic and political reasons, the Chancellor announced a relatively modest net tax giveaway in the this Autumn Budget of just under £1.6 billion for the coming tax year. His main attention-seeking move was to give first time buyers an exemption from stamp duty land tax on the […]

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  • NIC – Chancellor’s U-Turn On Self Employed Class 4 NIC IncreasesWritten on March 16, 2017 by Kirk Rice LLP

    In the Budget of 8 March 2017, he announced that Class 4 NIC rate for the self-employed would rise by 1% to 10% in 2018/19 and by a further 1% in 2019/20. The proposed increases provoked a widespread outcry, not least because the Conservatives 2015 election manifesto stated “we can commit to no increases in […]

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  • 2017 Spring Budget – How Will It Affect You?Written on March 9, 2017 by Kirk Rice LLP

    There were really very few measures in the 2017 Spring Budget, which is maybe not surprising as the UK is about to begin the process of leaving the EU. A wait and see Budget then, with probably a lot more to come in the Autumn Budget when Brexit talks are underway. There were some lighthearted […]

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  • Autumn Statement 2016: All Change For The Chancellor (our summary)Written on November 24, 2016 by Kirk Rice LLP

    The Chancellor presented his Autumn Statement against a background of reduced growth forecasts and the ‘urgent’ need to tackle the long-term weaknesses of the UK economy. His declared ambition is to make UK ‘match-fit’ for Brexit. The emphasis of the Chancellor’s speech was on increased infrastructure spending, a stop on further new welfare savings measures […]

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  • Budget TimeWritten on March 23, 2016 by Peter Sharratt

    Some key points as follows: The Lifetime ISA will be introduced on the 6 April 2017.  This aims to remove what the government sees as a dilemma for young savers; save for a house or retirement?  It will be available for anyone under 40 and the maximum they can save is £4,000pa and a bonus […]

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  • The Third Budget In 12 Months – Our Full SummaryWritten on March 17, 2016 by Peter Sharratt

    How will this Budget affect you? If you are – or want to be – a saver, then there is plenty to consider. From April 2017 a new ISA, the Lifetime ISA, will be launched for the under-40s. It looks as if it is a close relation of the recently abandoned pensions ISA. Also from […]

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  • Budget 2016 – Key Points From The Chancellor’s SpeechWritten on March 16, 2016 by Graham Jennings

    An increase in the personal allowance for 2017/18 to £11,500 (£11,000 in 2016/17) and a rise in the higher rate threshold to £45,000 (£43,000 in 2016/17). Both are steps towards the long term goals of a £12,500 allowance and £50,000 threshold by 2020/21. A cut in the main rates of capital gains tax from 2016/17 […]

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  • Autumn Statement 2015: the Chancellor’s third round of surprises this yearWritten on November 26, 2015 by Kirk Rice LLP

    The Autumn Statement was full of surprises. One of the greatest was Mr Osborne’s U-turn over tax credit cuts, which saw him scrap the plan that he announced in the Summer Budget for next year’s proposed £4.4 billion cut to tax credits. In a bid to relieve the housing shortage, the Chancellor announced a three […]

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  • Budget 2015 – Download Your Free Summary ReportWritten on March 19, 2015 by Kirk Rice LLP

    The imminent election formed the backdrop to the Budget 2015. Many of the proposals will not take effect until later in 2015/16 or the following tax years. If there is a change of government, some of them won’t survive. Find out how the Budget might affect you by downloading your free Budget Summary report. Among the […]

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  • Budget 2014 ConsiderationsWritten on March 20, 2014 by Peter Sharratt

    Peter Sharratt Discusses The 2014 Budget: 3 topics to focus on from the Chancellors budget statement; Income Tax, ISA’s and Pensions starting with Income Tax first.  The Personal Allowance (the amount you can earn before you start to pay Tax) will increase from £9,440 to £10,000 this April. In April 2015 it will then increase […]

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