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CAP2 Autumn 2015 Results & Statistics


Autumn Statement 2015
This was the Chancellor’s fourth tax speech in under a year. And whilst new tax announcements were few and far between compared to the Summer Budget, the proposed move to quarterly on-line record keeping for taxpayers has the potential to be transformative.  This proposal was born in the March 2015 Budget with scant details emerging since then. If delivered, the changes...

The 2015 Autumn Statement – tax avoidance and evasion
This area contained the bulk of the tax announcements.    The government will introduce a new penalty of 60 per cent of the tax due to be charged in all cases successfully tackled by the General Anti Abuse Rule (GAAR). Changes will also be made to GAAR’s procedure intended to improve its ability to tackle marketed avoidance schemes New rules will be introduced...

The 2015 Autumn Statement – capital gains tax (CGT)
CGT due on residential property by UK residents is currently paid between 10 and 22 months after a disposal is made. The government views this as being out of step with the position for other taxpayers and in some cases the delay can also cause problems where a taxpayer forgets to pay, or where they no longer have enough of...

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