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Autumn

What will be in the Budget on 22 November?

Philip Hammond will present his second Budget on 22 November. What principles will guide his decisions, and what tax measures will be the result?  

What will be in the Budget on 22 November?

Philip Hammond will present his second Budget on 22 November. What principles will guide his decisions, and what tax measures will be the result?  

Trading and property allowances

From 6 April 2017 (subject to the passage of the Autumn Finance Bill, when Parliament returns after the summer break), individuals will be able to claim up to £1,000 a year in tax-free allowances for property or trading income.  If you have both types of income, you may claim a £1,000 allowance for each.  

Trading and property allowances

From 6 April 2017 (subject to the passage of the Autumn Finance Bill, when Parliament returns after the summer break), individuals will be able to claim up to £1,000 a year in tax-free allowances for property or trading income.  If you have both types of income, you may claim a £1,000 allowance for each.  

Autumn Statement Lunch with John Glen MP

On the 25th November, Moore (South) LLP hosted an Autumn Statement Lunch with John Glen MP at The Chapter House in Salisbury.

Autumn Statement Lunch with John Glen MP

On the 25th November, Moore (South) LLP hosted an Autumn Statement Lunch with John Glen MP at The Chapter House in Salisbury.

Chancellor declares ban on ‘extortionate’ letting fees

The autumn statement addressed the current economic forecasts and projections, provided by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR).  

Chancellor declares ban on ‘extortionate’ letting fees

The autumn statement addressed the current economic forecasts and projections, provided by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR).  

Tax measures contained in 2016 Autumn Statement

This was the first and last Autumn Statement to be delivered by the new Chancellor, as he announced major changes to the timetable under which the annual Budget cycle will operate in future, the main thrust of which is that after  the Spring budget in March 2017 we will be moving to Autumn Budgets and Spring Statements!  In a change of policy from recent years, there were not as many new tax announcements in the speech or the supporting documents as has been the case in recent years, but the tax changes that were announced included the following: