Rishi Sunak has today announced the UK budget for the financial year 2021/22. Here we have summarised some of the key points from the announcement and how they could potentially impact you and your business.
- Corporation Tax to rise to 25% from April 2023, however the 19% rate will remain for smaller companies with a tapered rate for profits between £50,000 and £250,000 This may be offset to some extent by the new Super Deduction of 130% of qualifying expenditure on ‘investment’ in Plant and Machinery. We will provide further detail on this once published.
- Company losses may also be carried back three years which could enable upfront tax repayments for losses caused by Covid-19
- Income Tax, Inheritance Tax and Pension reliefs frozen so that more people will be caught through inflation.
- Capital Gains Tax rises which had been predicted have not taken place and the CGT annual exemption is also frozen.
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