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    Coronavirus: Autumn Budget to be scrapped this year - BBC News

    Does that mean no IR35 in April or will there just be a finance bill and this is bollocks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    Coronavirus: Autumn Budget to be scrapped this year - BBC News

    Does that mean no IR35 in April or will there just be a finance bill and this is bollocks?
    Isn't it mandatory to have 1 budget in a tax year? Or did I hear that wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyya99 View Post
    Isn't it mandatory to have 1 budget in a tax year? Or did I hear that wrong.
    Think you'll find that in the new tory world, judicial scrutiny, parliamentary scrutiny and press scrutiny will all be legislated into history.
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    Johnson has only managed one and that had to be delayed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    Coronavirus: Autumn Budget to be scrapped this year - BBC News

    Does that mean no IR35 in April or will there just be a finance bill and this is bollocks?
    Nah, that is already law. Last Finance Act.

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    Jobs, jobs, jobs may be the current priority but that will shortly become tax, tax, tax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    Jobs, jobs, jobs may be the current priority but that will shortly become tax, tax, tax.
    First aim will be to inflate it away - only if that fails will tax be tried.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    First aim will be to inflate it away - only if that fails will tax be tried.
    All the kite flying was exaggerated, by definition, but taxes are only heading in one direction. Especially in Autumn 2021/April 2022. Dividend tax, capital gains tax, pension annual allowance and a bunch of stealth taxes and freezing of thresholds. They probably won’t break their manifesto, so the other stuff will need to do the heavy lifting.

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    I’m currently going through liquidation of my company with the distribution next month. Does this mean I’ll have escaped any mooted CGT changes? I need to know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    First aim will be to inflate it away - only if that fails will tax be tried.
    Everything is pointing towards a stagflationary future.

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