Autumn Budget Analysis

28 October 2021 - Elizabeth O'Hanlon

Following the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget statement on Wednesday 27 October 2021, our team of experts have reviewed the updates and pulled together the main issues that may affect you and your business including business rate relief, tax allowances and the increases to national living and minimum wage.

Graham Doubtfire, Private Client Tax Partner explains some of the Budget messages concerning personal tax including allowances, Income Tax, Inheritance Tax, Making Tax Digital, Capital Gains Tax for residential property and HMRC’s Trust Registration Service (TRS).

Matt Merchant, Independent Financial Adviser from Scrutton Bland Financial Services Ltd goes through the Budget announcements concerning the markets outlook, interest rates, green bonds and pension updates.

Sam Stent, Tax Advisory Manager at Scrutton Bland clarifies some of the business tax changes in the Budget, including electric cars/vans, residential property tax developer tax (RPDT, Stamp Duty Land Tax and the latest news on freeports tax reliefs.

Jason Fayers, Tax Partner at Scrutton Bland explains some of the major Budget announcements for businesses such as changes to Corporation Tax rates, VAT, capital allowances, R&D tax relief, profit extraction and a change to the Basis Period Reform.

Luke Morris, Corporate Finance Partner takes a look at the announcements from the Budget, placing them in a wider economic context and giving his own insights into the countries fiscal wellbeing.

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