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The following Owner-Managed Businesses guidance note Produced by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:

  • Autumn Budget 2021 summary
  • Personal tax
  • Tax rates and allowances for 2022/23
  • Dividend tax rates
  • National Insurance contributions rates and thresholds
  • Van benefit charge and fuel benefit charges for cars and vans
  • Income tax treatment of Household Support Fund payments
  • ISAs, junior ISAs and child trust funds
  • Increase in normal minimum pension age
  • Pensions tax relief administration: top-up for low earners in net pay arrangements
  • More...
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