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Autumn statement

At least 10% of residential property purchases in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, will be affected by the new 3% SDLT supplement, according to the


Under the Government’s plans to create ‘a modern and fairer tax system’, most businesses, self-employed people, and landlords will be required to update their tax affairs at least quarterly via dig

Having listened to the latest Autumn Statement proposal, the very cynical might wonder whether HMRC’s biggest enemy today is no longer the multinational conglomerate that arranges its affairs s


We expected a “rabbit out of the hat” in the Autumn Statement, but the result was a dog that didn’t bark.


While the government’s fourth fiscal event in the past 12 months generated headlines for what didn’t happen in the form of tax credits, there was also a raft of tweaks affecting business announ

Buy-to-let landlords have been dented by the government’s 3% stamp duty increase.


There was a moment during the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement when the twittersphere was in almost complete meltdown.

George Osborne has given the General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR) more teeth with new penalties in the Autumn Statement 2015.

Morsels of information in the Autumn Statement


The Chancellor George Osborne delivered his Autumn Statement today and while the speech itself was thin on detail, the emerging documentation is a trailer for what’s yet to come.