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30 Nov 2016

Autumn Statement: what does it mean for income tax?

Increases in income tax thresholds will go ahead as planned as the Government backed away from making changes to the existing schedule in today's Autumn Statement.

30 Nov 2016

Autumn Statement 2016: will you be better or worse off - and what it actually means for you

The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has delivered his first Autumn Statement. We set out below what he has proposed and how it will affect our personal finances.

30 Nov 2016

UK economy grows as expected during the three months following the Brexit vote

ONS figures show UK economy grew 0.5% quarter-on-quarter in the three months after Brexit referendum

30 Nov 2016

Theresa May to give Britain lowest corporation tax of world's top 20 economies

Theresa May will offer British business an olive branch following a series of disputes by vowing to cut corporation tax to a record low.

30 Nov 2016

Reality Check: How much will Brexit cost?

The claim: The Office for Budget Responsibility predicts that the government will have to borrow an extra £58.7bn as a result of the UK's vote to leave the European Union, a forecast that is too gloomy according to some commentators.

30 Nov 2016

Corporation tax cut and high-tech reliefs outlined by May to CBI

FURTHER CORPORATION TAX CUTS and reliefs for cutting-edge tech businesses have been pledged by prime minister Theresa May, ahead of Wednesday’s Autumn Statement.

30 Nov 2016

Brexit latest: Business investment holds up in third quarter

Capital spending by firms rose 0.9 per cent in the three months to September

17 Nov 2016

New Starters

Meet the new starters at RHK

02 Nov 2016

'Hundreds of millions' in cuts warning over tax deal

Wales could suffer cuts worth hundreds of millions of pounds if a deal on devolved tax does not take into account lower incomes, a report has warned.

02 Nov 2016

UK tax gap falls to 6.5% as HMRC targets dishonest minority

THE UK TAX GAP fell in 2014/15 to its lowest-ever level of 6.5%, official statistics have revealed.

02 Nov 2016

UK economy grows 0.5% in three months after Brexit vote

The UK's service sector helped the economy to grow faster than expected in the three months after the Brexit vote, official figures have indicated.

02 Nov 2016

Taxpayers back a 1p hike in basic rate of income tax to help fund crisis-hit NHS

A one penny boost would raise around £4.5billion and almost half of us would pay another 2p in the pound

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