George Osborne delivered his pre election Budget today but what do the announcements and changes mean for you? Who were the winners and who were the losers this year? To find out what changes were announced and what they mean read more. Your 2015/2016 tax tables are also available to view and download here.
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If so, remember that from 1 April 2015 you will have to change how you account for VAT on them.
Suppliers will no longer be able to assume the buyer will take the prompt payment discount when working out how much VAT...
The main tax headlines from George Osborne’s pre-election Budget are:
Income Tax personal allowance to be increased from £10,000 to £10,600 (2015/16), £10,800 (2016/17) and £11,000 (2017/18)
Higher rate tax...