2016 may have been the year of unexpected outcomes including the announcement by our new chancellor that the spring 2017 Budget would be the last with the annual Budget statement now taking place in autumn instead.
However, as predictable as ever, there are tax changes for 2016/17 and proposals and challenges for 2017/18 that are likely to impact a broad spectrum of tax payers. Our 2017 Tax Planning Guide sets out some tax tips and actions that all tax payers should consider as the tax year end approaches. The guide can be viewed via the link below:
Tax Planning Guide 2017
For more information, please contact partner Susan Spash at email@example.com