Pre-Budget Report

PBR 09: Growth to come in fourth quarter

GDP will be 1-1.5% in 2010

09 Dec 2009

PBR 09: Bingo duty cut

Tax cuty for biingo players

09 Dec 2009

PBR 09: Retired to receive more generous tax credits

Elderly to work less for working tax credit

09 Dec 2009

PBR 09: Darling defers small business tax hike

850,000 small businesses given a reprieve from corporation tax rise

09 Dec 2009

PBR 09: Empty property exemption to be extended

Business rate exemption to carry on for another year

09 Dec 2009

PBR 09: Time to pay extended

Deferral scheme to continue "as long as necessary"

09 Dec 2009

PBR 09: The chancellor says PRB to promote growth

Budget deficit to be halved over four years

09 Dec 2009

PBR 09: Will there be season’s greetings from Darling?

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09 Dec 2009

ACCA claims PBR won't have any bad news

Institute predicts that post-election Budget will have the real cuts

07 Dec 2009

Government accused of "stealth tax"

Middle income earners may fall into top tax bracket

07 Dec 2009

‘Soak the rich’ measures played down for PBR

CGT and income tax plans to stay unchanged on Wednesday

07 Dec 2009

TUC urges further crackdown on avoidance

New report identifies huge potential to raise more revenue through anti-avoidance measures

04 Dec 2009

Darling’s last chance

What can Darling do to prolong Labour's time in power?

03 Dec 2009

NI and capital gains tax to rise in PBR

Inheritance tax could also be set to rise as government tackles national debt

23 Nov 2009

PBR could see NI hike for rich

BDO predicts higher earners could face double whammy of higher income tax and national insurance contributions

18 Nov 2009

PBR tax hike fear sparks advice stampede from entrepreneurs

Fears of a PBR increase in Capital Gains Tax sees entrepreneurs seeking advice on moving cash into dividends.

11 Nov 2009

Pre-Budget report confirmed for 9 December

Chancellor’s last PRB before election could reveal spending cuts

11 Nov 2009

Drop IR35 in PBR, pleads contractor group

Freelancers are being crippled by current rules, claims Professional Contractors Group

09 Nov 2009

PBR could see fresh sting on high earners

Alistair Darling could use PBR to announce measures to scotch moves wealthy individuals may make to cut their tax bills,

02 Nov 2009

PwC, KPMG Iceland offices raided over banking collapse

Documents and data seized at Reykjavik offices during investigation into activities of Kaupthing, Glitnir and Landsbanki

02 Oct 2009

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