Guide to Budget 2016
Budget 2016 key details and summary
Following a year in which the Chancellor had a pre-election Budget in March, a surprise summer Budget in July and an Autumn Statement in November, on 16 March the Chancellor delivered his first Budget of 2016.
Here is our Budget 2016 summary and analysis of the key points and developments.
Please see the links further down this page for our detailed Budget 2016 sector analysis.
Main Budget tax proposals
Our summary concentrates on the tax measures which include:
- Reductions in the rates of capital gains tax
- Introduction of a Lifetime ISA for under 40s
- Changes to Entrepreneurs’ Relief
- Abolition of Class 2 NIC
- Reduction in the corporation tax rate
- Reforms to corporate tax losses.
Sector analysis for the Budget 2016
We will provide a range of sector analysis following Budget 2016 on the links below.
Please bookmark this page and use it as a point of reference over the coming tax year.
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For more information on the impact on Budget 2016
If you wish to speak to one of our specialist tax team about Budget 2016 and what the changes may mean for you and your business, please get in touch. To book your free initial meeting, please make contact with your nearest office.
We look forward to hearing from you!