- Tax changes for family lawyers
- Original news
- What are the key changes regarding income tax?
- Income tax rates and thresholds
- Savings interest
- Personal allowances
- Maintenance relief
- What are the government's plans for digital accounts and tax assessment?
- Digital tax accounts
- ‘Simple assessment’
- What's changing in relation to pensions and insurance?
- Pensions’ tax
- Life insurance
- What developments are there regarding SDLT?
- SDLT on residential property
- SDLT on commercial property
- What else should family lawyers be aware of?
- Childcare payments
- Capital gains tax rates and thresholds
- Entrepreneurs’ relief
- Inheritance tax
- Tax credits
Family analysis: As fuller details of the headline announcements in the Chancellor's Budget 2016 become available, Sarah Deeks, tax editor for Butterworths Family Law Service, summarises the key changes family lawyers need to be aware of and provides a reminder of tax provisions included in previous Budgets that will come into effect on 6 April 2016.
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