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No Accounting for Taste ep153: Autumn Statement 2023 special

The AccountingWEB team chews over an Autumn Statement which was billed as having “the biggest business tax cuts since the 1980s” and looks at the devil in the detail.  

24th Nov 2023
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This year’s autumn statement couldn’t have been more different than last year’s. Back in November 2022, the Chancellor warned the UK of the “storm” of tax rises. 

But only 12 months later Jeremy Hunt was announcing cuts to employee and self employed national insurance and making the full expensing capital allowance scheme permanent in what he called “the biggest package of tax cuts to be implemented since the 1980s”. 

On No Accounting for Taste this week, in association with Mercia, we’re discussing the Autumn Statement. We’re looking at all the tax changes. All the news tucked away in the green book. 

The AccountingWEB team is joined in the pod studio by Glenn Collins, the head of technical and strategic engagement at ACCA, and Andrew Courts, the director of the accountancy firm Courts & Co, to get an accountant in practice’s point of view.

Hosted by Richard Hattersley and Tom Herbert, the No Accounting for Taste podcast takes on some of the big stories from across the accounting profession. You can read more about the stories discussed in this podcast on AccountingWEB.co.uk. 

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