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Budget 2016

Autumn Statement 2016: Your Finances

Posted: 29th Nov 2016 by Susan Ruddick HGH's News
Autumn Statement 2016: Your Finances

  In his first Autumn Statement as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond provided no big surprises in his speech, with a relatively low-key set of announcements aimed at preparing the UK for an uncertain future outside of the EU. Autumn Statement 2016: Your Finances The key points that you need to consider for your… Read more

Autumn Statement 2016: 10 Things you need to know

Posted: 25th Nov 2016 by Julia O'Connor HGH's News

Autumn Statement 2016: 10 Things you need to know The final Autumn Statement has been delivered. But don’t worry, after the next Budget in spring 2017, we’ll be switching to a 2017 Autumn Budget followed by a 2018 Spring Statement with the pattern then repeating each subsequent autumn and spring. Confused yet?!   Some of… Read more

Budget 2016: A Summary

Posted: 17th Mar 2016 by Paul Morris HGH's News
Budget 2016: A Summary

What are the key changes to the Budget and how will they affect you? Corporation Tax Rate to be cut to 17% from April 2020.   From April 2017, the new threshold for small business rate relief will increase from £6,000 to £15,000, and the higher rate will also be increased.   The personal allowance… Read more

Free Tax Fairness Review – Budget 2016

Posted: 17th Mar 2016 by Nigel Atkinson HGH's News
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Storm clouds revealed by the Budget will force taxpayers in North Yorkshire to work an extra two years without pay to balance the country’s books A “Free Tax Fairness Review” initiative has been launched by Hunter Gee Holroyd to prevent local taxpayers and businesses being drowned by the storm clouds identified in the small print… Read more

How does cutting the top rate of tax increase tax receipts?

Posted: 14th Mar 2016 by Robert Salenius HGH's News

How do you increase tax receipts? By looking at only one tax year in isolation, that’s how. Apparently, £8bn was raised by cutting the top rate of income tax from 50% to 45% by referring to increased tax receipts in 2013/14. However, what would you do if in March 2012 you were told that the… Read more

Budget 2016 – Pensions – what do we expect to hear?

Posted: 4th Mar 2016 by Nick Lawson HGH's News

Budget 2016 The Chancellor will make his Budget 2016 speech on Wednesday 16th March 2016. This is when we expect to hear the outcome of the review of pensions incentives announced last March and followed by the Government’s consultation “Strengthening the Incentive to Save” in July 2015. As we approach Budget day lots of rumours… Read more