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2015

Scottish income tax rates and Scottish Budget

From April 2016, the Scottish Parliament will have the power to set its own rate of income tax to fund spending by the Scottish government. The rate will be set in the Scottish Budget on 16 December and we will update you on pertinent announcements.

Autumn Statement 2015

On Wednesday 25 November George Osborne presented the first Autumn Statement of this Parliament. So what exactly did the Chancellor say and, more importantly, what did it actually mean?

Autumn Statement 2015 expectations

Tax credits have been in the news and this is one issue the Chancellor George Osborne is expected to review in the Autumn Statement. The House of Lords voted to reject the Statutory Instrument which contained the cut backs to tax credits.

HMRC’s landlord campaign nets £50 million

HMRC have announced that a campaign aimed at helping residential landlords get their tax affairs in order has brought in more than £50 million making it one of their most successful voluntary disclosure opportunities.

UK tax gap falls to 6.4%

dir="ltr" align="left">The government has announced that the tax gap for 2013/14 was 6.4% of tax due.

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