In today’s Autumn Statement, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt warned of a substantial tax increase. Many of the tax increases are hidden in plain sight through freezing across a range of measures. One announcement welcomed by many was that there will be a windfall tax on energy companies from January 2023 to March 2028, at 35%; and that a temporary higher tax of 45% will be placed on electricity generators. The anticipated changes to non-dom tax levels or remittance basis were not made, perhaps unexpectedly, [- -]
In the 17th October 2022 announcement, new Chancellor Jeremy Hunt unveiled further changes to the September announcements, read our round-up to find out how you could be affected by these tax changes.
Submitted by Rachel Sestini
| on Wed, 03/23/2022 - 15:02 | In Budget
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Rishi Sunak’s tax reforms as set out in the 2022 Spring statement including NIC aligment and employers NI allowance
If you’re facing a demand from HMRC you don’t agree with or you’d like help with your tax, don’t struggle alone, contact our experts at Sestini & Co.
In areas such as Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax and Pensions, it is important to be familiar with the tax rules as whether you or your spouse holds assets can have an important impact on tax. Get in touch with us to check your position.
Find out what the main tax changes are for 2019/20, including personal allowance, personal pension, inheritance tax, National Insurance and more. Talk to Sestini & Co to see how they will impact on you
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| on Thu, 03/28/2019 - 9:16 | In HMRC
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New legislation affecting Uber workers, care home staff, agency staff – affects payslips, pay rates and contracts. We can help with tax implications.
With Brexit terms as yet undecided, the 2019 Spring Statement was a little overlooked but included some tax measures worth noting for individuals & businesses.
If you’re a contractor or employee who was paid through a trust or umbrella company and you’re facing a loan charge, get in touch
Request your copy of Sestini & Co’s tax tables for 2019/20