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Menzies Tax Rate Card 2017/2018

Spring budget 2017

The Chancellor Philip Hammond presented the last Spring Budget on Wednesday 8 March 2017

In his speech the Chancellor was keen to point out that he wanted the tax system to be fair, particularly in relation to the distinction between employed and self-employed individuals.

The Menzies Tax Rate card outlines the business and individual tax rates for the coming tax year (2017/18). If you are at all unsure about the impact of the Chancellor’s 2017 Spring Budget on your business or personal finances please get in touch and Menzies will be able to guide you through the items that may impact upon you.

Menzies Tax Rate Card 2017/2018
– Income tax rates
– Income tax reliefs
– Inheritance tax
– Individual savings accounts
– National insurance
– Capital gains tax
– Car, van and fuel benefits
– Mileage allowance payments
– Statutory pay rates
– Tax relief for individuals
– Corporate Tax
– Capital allowances
– Pension premiums
– Value adding tax
– Stamp duty and stamp duty land tax
– Land and building transaction tax.

Download Menzies Tax Rate Card 2017/2018

For more information about Menzies LLP or to talk to us about the impact of the 2017 Spring Budget on your business and finances, read our Spring Budget 2017 Response or contact your Menzies Relationship Partner or contact Menzies.


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