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Sunak set out Budget to protect businesses
Posted on: 8th March 2021
Chancellor Rishi Sunak set out a Budget to protect businesses through the pandemic, fix the public finances and begin building the future economy. The Chancellor once again pledged to do 'whatever it takes' during the COVID-19 pandemic and confirmed that the furlough scheme would be extended until September 2021 to support jobs through the crisis. Mr Sunak also confirmed that the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) has also been extended, with two further grants this year. Claimable by the self-employed, including the newly self-employed from 6 April 2019, provided they have filed their 2019/20 tax return for by midnight on 2 March 2021, The stamp duty nil rate band on residential properties in England up to £500,000 will continue until the end of June. It will taper to £250,000 until the end of September, and then return to the usual level of £125,000 from 1 October 2021. To support businesses as they re-open following lockdown, £5 billion will be made available in restart grants. Non-essential retail businesses re-opening first will be eligible for up to £6,000 but the leisure and hospitality sectors, which have been worse affected and will re-open later, will be eligible for up to £18,000. However, the rate of corporation tax will increase to 25% in April 2023 for companies with profits over £250,000, whilst retaining a Small Profits Rate of 19% for companies with profits of £50,000 or less. The Chancellor also introduced a super-deduction for companies investing in qualifying new plant and machinery. Under this measure a company will be allowed to claim 130% on most new plant and machinery investments that ordinarily qualify for 18% main rate writing down allowances. He also confirmed the location of the eight Freeports in England. Freeports are special economic zones with favourable tariffs and lower taxes to make it easier and cheaper to do business. Internet link: GOV.UK speeches
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Budget 2021
Posted on: 5th March 2021
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his second Budget on Wednesday 3 March 2021. In his speech he stated his Budget 'meets the moment with a three-part plan to protect the jobs and livelihoods of the British people'. Main Budget proposals Tax measures include: a super-deduction for companies investing in new plant and machinery a time extension of the temporary increase to the SDLT nil rate band for residential property in England and Northern Ireland an extension to the temporary 5% reduced rate of VAT for certain supplies a temporary increase in the carry-back period for business losses an increased rate of corporation tax from 2023. Other measures include: a new mortgage guarantee scheme extension to the Job Retention Scheme a Self-Employment Income Support Scheme fourth and fifth grant an extension to the business rates holiday in England. Previously announced measures include: a cap on the amount of R&D tax credit paid to a loss-making small or medium-sized enterprise new rules apply to off-payroll working payments made for services provided on or after 6 April 2021. Click here to read our summary of the Spring Budget 2021.
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