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    Originally posted by d000hg View Post
    Divi rate only matters really to company directors or major shareholders. It may be a double tax to contractors, but not to corporations we want to attract.
    Corp tax and divi rates matter to Pension funds that support lots of ordinary very actively voting pensioners, hopefully Rishi’s robbery would drop payouts to this group that keeps voting Tory Scum

    If corps can’t get returns to major shareholders because of local taxes they will setup elsewhere - especially after B.....t it’s a no brainer to prefer Ireland

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      Originally posted by d000hg View Post

      Divi rate only matters really to company directors or major shareholders. It may be a double tax to contractors, but not to corporations we want to attract.
      So who decides where to set up, then?

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        One thing I missed, that I just picked up from the HMRC newsletter I've just received is:

        Income Tax exemption for employer-reimbursed coronavirus antigen tests for tax year 2020-21 and 2021-22: This measure will continue the Income Tax exemption for payments that an employer makes to an employee to reimburse for the cost of a relevant coronavirus antigen. There will be no Income Tax liability for the employee or employer.

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          But not anti-body testing

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            “Experts said that the revenue forecast was overly ambitious. Treasury documents showed it was based on a “static costing” that assumed no change in the expected business population. “That does not fully take into account behavioural change,” Sanger said.

            Helen Miller, deputy director at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, said: “There is a lot of uncertainty. I suspect they will get less than that £17 billion [forecast in 2025-26].”

            Roy-Chowdhury said: “Banks have begun moving operations because of Brexit. This will give them another nudge. Dublin has half the rate.””

            https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/c...rise-2vdq8vnd9



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              “The “biggest business tax cut in modern British history” is at risk of tax avoidance and fraud, Rishi Sunak has been warned.

              The Chancellor’s corporate tax “super deduction” - one of the few surprises in this week's Budget - could be manipulated by bosses seeking hefty tax breaks.

              The super deduction allows companies to deduct 130pc of the value of plant and machinery from profits.

              The Office for Budget Responsibility said this would boost business investment by a tenth, or £20bn.”

              https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business...per-deduction/

              It was Rishi’s idea

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                Andy Chamberlain of IPSE was on R4 Money Box covering the various measures and impacts from the budget. Only a brief segment of a couple of minutes. Good to see IPSE are still 'urging the government' to do stuff...

                I like Andy and have a lot of time for him. The CC meetings where he gave updates were always the more interesting and engaging.

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