REPLAY: Budget 2013 live panel

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On Wednesday 20 March, AccountingWEB and BusinessZone will be hosting their traditional live Budget during the Chancellor's speech.

This fast-moving online session allows business and tax experts to swap insights as the Chancellor speaks. Join us at lunchtime on Wednesday and make sure to add your thoughts to those of our panellists:

  • Rebecca Benneyworth, tax editor, AccountingWEB.co.uk
  • Paula Tallon, managing partner, Gabelle
  • Charlie Mullins, founder, Pimlico Plumbers
  • Lesley Stalker, Robert James Partnership
  • Norman Younger (aka Flying Scotsman), managing director, Formations Direct

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Rachael Power
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20th Mar 2013 12:25

simplification

I'm not expecting any real simplification. And continue to find watching parliament excruciating.

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20th Mar 2013 12:41

simplification

I'm not expecting any real simplification. And continue to find watching parliament excruciating.

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20th Mar 2013 13:07

cgt & income tax reliefs on shares transfered to employees

abolition on all samp duty on small co share transfers?

 

nic relief ? for employee purchases of shares-will that be tax relief as well?

 

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20th Mar 2013 13:08

alignment of corp tax rates?

when is the small co rate and main corp tax rate? being aligned?

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20th Mar 2013 13:10

GAAR as well?-yes!!!!!!!!

the big 4 partners showed themselves up to margeret hodge!

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20th Mar 2013 13:13

state pension rules and NIC is NIC being increased?

anyone going to explain the NIC and state pensions changes? for those contracted out?

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29th Apr 2013 06:34

It is difficult look at government and their practices in terms of debt management to use as an example. This is why finding the appropriate firms to look after your hard earned money is very important. Most people do not have millions or billions of dollars to manage and of course wish they did but finding a company with professionals who take all expenses in consideration and give you a forecast for your future requires research. Many companies and banks can offer these services and choosing the best is a step in he right direction.

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