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Autumn Savings

The Chancellor's Autumn Statement 2014

The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne gave his 2014 Autumn Statement on 3 December.

His speech and the subsequent documentation announced tax measures in addition to the normal economic measures. Our summary concentrates on the tax measures which include:  

• improvements to the starting rate of tax for savings income 

• new rules for accessing pension funds 

• removal of corporation tax relief for goodwill on incorporation 

• changes to the Construction Industry Scheme 

• the introduction of new CGT rules for non-residents and UK residential property 

• changes to the remittance basis charge for resident non-domiciles 

• changes to the tax treatment of pensions on death 

• changes to the IHT treatment of trusts 

• changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax for residential property.

You will find the full summary here or you can download the pdf here:

  Icon Autumn Statement 2014 Summary (745.4 KB)



Festive Opening Hours

Our offices will be closed from 1pm on Tuesday 23 December and will reopen again on Monday 29 December.

We will also close on New Year’s Day, 1 January and reopen on 2 January 2015.



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News and Events

E-Tax and business news (34)

In this month’s eNews we report on a number of issues including the Autumn Statement announcement of the changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax. We also include the latest advisory fuel rates and the EAT ruling on holiday pay and overtime. Please do get in touch if you would like any further guidance on any of the areas covered.

Anglia Farmers December 2014

For a number of reasons pensions have historically been unpopular for many farmers who have seen them as restrictive and often not as attractive as land purchase.

Office Foodbank Donation

As Christmas comes ever closer many of our thoughts inevitably turn to the list of jobs we need to do, presents we need to buy, food that needs to be cooked. But the reality for thousands of people in Norwich and the surrounding area is very different.

Charity Commission launches consultation period on “The Essential Trustee”

The Charity Commission’s guide to trustees’ duties entitled ‘The Essential Trustee’ is due to be updated.

Knowledge is Power

Food producers are often driven by a passion for their product, and they understand that achieving the very best quality means knowing all there is to know about their ingredients, suppliers, production process and recipes.

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Charity Seminar Norwich

14 January 2015 – The Curve Auditorium, The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich, NR2 1TF

Charity Seminar (Beccles)

21 January 2015 – Beccles Public Hall, Smallgate, Beccles, NR34 9AD

HR Seminar: How to effectively manage sickness absence and disability discrimination

3 February 2015 – Wrightway Health, Unit 2, Excalibur Road, Wellington Park, Beacon Business Park, Gorleston NR31 7RQ

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