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AUTUMN BUDGET 2017

Last week the Chancellor presented his first Autumn Budget. This is a move away from the traditional budget which used to be in the Spring. The idea is that there will be more time to consider the implications and changes before the new tax year starts in April. This does seem sensible. There were not a lot of announcements that will impact directly onto businesses but I set out some key points below.

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Vogan Accountancy Wakefield Sponsors Hamper Boxes

As featured in the Wakefield Express we have continued our support for the Community Awareness Programme (CAP), which this year will help to deliver 1,000 Christmas food hampers to families in need over the Christmas period. The appeal is sponsored by the Wakefield Express and organised by the Rotary Club of Wakefield Chantry and CAP.

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October 2017 Newsletter

Unbelievably here we are in autumn and the clocks go back at the weekend. We are now starting to crank up the work until the end of the year so that January is manageable. There are always new issues raising their head above the parapet and I share some of them with you in this month's newsletter.

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August 2017 Newsletter

We are now in the middle of August and a quiet month for tax news. HMRC are getting hotter at chasing taxpayers who pay late, so don't forget to make any payments due by the end of the month on time.

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July 2017 Newsletter

We are now in the middle of July and the weather is getting warmer. HMRC are getting hotter at chasing taxpayers who pay late, so don't forget to make any payments due by the end of the month on time to avoid interest charges.

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June 2017 Newsletter

Many of you will shortly receive statements from HMRC showing the amount of tax due for payment before 31 July. For most people the amount due by 31 July will be in line with the figure that we advised you when we submitted your 2016 self-assessment return.

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May 2017 Newsletter

That was a great success. Of the six key points, I highlighted to you in the newsletter only two (VAT and Capital Gains Tax Annual Exemption thresholds) have made it to the Finance Bill. The others have been dropped because of the General Election. I assume that if the Conservatives win the election the other points will be re-introduced, but if the Labour party win all bets are off.

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April 2017 Newsletter

"Spreadsheet Phil" Hammond's first and only Spring Budget was as boring as we tax professionals wanted. This was probably necessary because there were a number of matters announced by his predecessor that are still bedding in.

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