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2015

Updated tax rates following summer budget 2015

Following the Summer Budget announced on Wednesday 8th July, please see our updated tax rates card. Many of these figures are fundamental to our business and personal lives and you will find the key taxes summarised here. We are sure that you will find it a useful point of reference throughout the coming tax year.

Summer budget

Please see our summary following yesterday's Budget. 

This was the first all Conservative budget since November 1996 and the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, took the opportunity to set out the Conservative policies based on their electoral mandate. 

It is rare to have a second budget in the year but due to a change in government, the Chancellor is taking this opportunity to enact this government's policies. 

Should you want any further advice on how the changes announced might affect you please don't hesitate in contacting Prime. 

Big Bandage cake sale

We would like to welcome you to join us at our office in Solihull for coffee and a cake on Friday 10 July anytime between 1 - 2pm. The Prime team will be supporting the day by wearing bandages and some of our directors will be mummified. The Prime building will also be wearing a bandage - a 100 meter bandage wrapped around the exterior of the building!

Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax (IHT) is levied on a person’s estate when they die, and certain gifts made during an individual’s lifetime. Most gifts made more than seven years before death will escape tax. Therefore, if you plan in advance, gifts can be made tax-free; the result can be a substantial tax saving. We give guidance in our fact sheet on some of the main opportunities for minimising the impact of the tax...

Budget Summary 2015

The Chancellor, George Osborne, delivered his Budget to the House of Commons on Wednesday 18 March 2015. His final Budget before the General Election in May. We have summarised the main changes in this PDF.

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