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Statutory Residency Test
The statutory residence test originally announced in Budget 2011 is to be implemented. No further details have been announced since the consultation document in December 2011, however the Government plans to publish draft legislation after Budget 2012 following the public consultation last year.
UK
22 Mar 2012
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Deloitte's Budget 2012 Coverage
The Chancellor re-affirmed the Government's fiscal policy, with the intent of eliminating the structural deficit by 2014.
UK
22 Mar 2012
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Contributions Paid To Pensions Of Spouses Or Family Members
The Government will legislate to ensure that arrangements where an employer pays a pension contribution into a registered pension scheme for an employee's spouse or family member, as part of their employee's flexible remuneration package.
UK
22 Mar 2012
4
Deloitte Preview Of Budget 2012
Bill Dodwell, head of tax policy at Deloitte, considers what tax measures the Chancellor is expected to focus upon in the Budget on 21 March.
UK
21 Mar 2012
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InheritanceTax: Avoidance Using Offshore Trusts
Non-UK domiciled individuals who settle foreign assets into trust ("excluded property"; trusts) can normally benefit from an inheritance tax (IHT) exemption in relation to those assets.
UK
21 Mar 2012
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Entrepreneurial Business Bulletin - Budget 2011 - If It Counts, It's Covered
The Chancellor, George Osbourne, gave his second Budget speech today to say that whilst it was not a tax raising budget, ‘nor can we afford a giveaway’.
UK
24 Mar 2011
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Deloitte’s Budget 2011 Coverage
Overall, it’s a remarkably positive Budget unless you’re an oil company or a bank.
UK
24 Mar 2011
8
Oil Companies Pay For The Cut In Fuel Duty
Motoring costs for business and private individuals alike will fall as a result of today's announcement that the fuel duty escalator is to be deferred. This would have added additional duty at a rate of inflation (RPI) plus 1p per litre.
UK
23 Mar 2011
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If It Counts, It’s Covered - Deloitte’s Full Budget Report Commentary
Although widely billed to be a political knock-around, in truth the 2010 Budget was as much about delivering a message to the financial markets -that there is a steady hand on the tiller.
UK
25 Mar 2010
10
Deloitte Predictions For Entrepreneurs In The Chancellor's 2010 Budget Report
With all eyes on Chancellor Alastair Darling and this week's highly anticipated Budget Report at 12.30pm on 24 March, Tony Cohen, head of the entrepreneurial business team at Deloitte, considers what tax measures the entrepreneurial community might expect.
UK
24 Mar 2010
11
Build-Up To The Budget 2010
There are of course lots of things that won't make it into the Budget - including the possibility of an increase in the VAT rate.
UK
24 Mar 2010
12
Budget 2010: Deloitte Commentary On Landline Duty
"The Landline Duty leads to 50p per month being charged all copper lines, residential included, but low income households will be exempted from the levy.
UK
24 Mar 2010
13
Deloitte Comments: Stamp Duty Cut, A Welcome Stepping Stone For First Time Buyers
"We welcome the Chancellor’s move to introduce a cut in stamp duty for first time buyers for properties up to £250,000.
UK
24 Mar 2010
14
A Positive Budget For Property
Phil Nicklin, real estate tax partner at Deloitte, comments on the impact of today’s Budget on the Real Estate Industry
UK
24 Mar 2010
15
UK Budget - Immediate Reactions
Although widely billed to be a political knock-around, in truth the 2010 Budget was as much about delivering a message to the financial markets -that there's a steady hand on the tiller.
UK
24 Mar 2010
16
No Further Changes To Proposed Tax Rates For The Moment
Patricia Mock, a director in the private clients practice at Deloitte, comments
UK
24 Mar 2010
17
A Pre-Election Budget - Deloitte Outlines Its Expectations For The Chancellor's 2010 Budget
Alistair Darling delivers his third Budget on 24 March. He can hardly be described as a lucky Chancellor; his appointment in summer 2007 meant that he has been responsible for steering the UK economy through the most difficult post-war period.
UK
22 Mar 2010
18
How The Budget Will Affect You
The approximate effect on income tax and NIC for 2009/10 will be as follows
UK
23 Apr 2009
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Pensions: Tax Relief For Pension Contributions To Be Restricted
Higher rate income tax relief is being restricted for contributions by or on behalf of individuals to UK registered pension schemes and qualifying overseas pension schemes.
UK
23 Apr 2009
20
GES Newsflash: Budget Special
Fiscal tightening was expected in the Budget, driven by the current economic challenges and the long-term need to reduce public borrowing.
UK
23 Apr 2009
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