Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a raft of welcome measures, but made it clear that the Autumn Budget will focus on steps to rebuild the economy. What might a rebuilding tax grab involve?
The chancellor has announced a temporary cut in VAT from 20% to 5% for the tourism and hospitality sectors.
The government will spend £337 billion to get through the Covid-19 pandemic, but it will need to recoup this money.
We look at the ins and outs of CGT, consider second properties, and how best to organise your finances to minimise tax liability.
Its biggest companies today include Fevertree, Asos, and Boohoo, while this year’s winners may be firms able to help the world confront Covid-19, such as Novacyt.
For those who take a one-off sum from a pension pot for the first time, the excess tax can run into thousands of pounds.
We run through tax rules and allowances for Isas and pensions at the start of the 2020/2021 tax year, as well as detailing some changes that have been made.
Shares inherited before the recent market crash will have incurred a tax bill reflecting prices before the crash.
Reassurance from the government for UK non-residents obliged to stay longer than expected in the UK and worried about their tax status.