In Jeremy Hunt’s statement yesterday, he told us which Mini-Budget measures are staying and which are not going ahead. The summary is simple. Everything goes except abolishing the Health & Social Care Levy, changes to Stamp Duty and the increased Annual Investment Allowance.
The Chancellor has announced the Government’s growth plan and the tax measures that are included within it, in his mini budget. Here are the headlines.
Here is a quick recap of the Covid support measures ending on 30 September 2021
Summary of key points made in the Budget 2021, including measures to mitigate Coronavirus, extended reliefs, tax changes in 2021/22 and beyond.
A summary of the Chancellor’s plan for jobs – including Job Retention Bonus, Kickstart Scheme, Green Homes Grant, Stamp Duty Land Tax , VAT for hospitality & tourism sector and “Eat Out to Help Out”.
Planning to reclaim higher rate SDLT paid on your new home because you sold your old one within three years, but Covid-19 delayed your sale? Government announcement could help.