TaxPersonal TaxBudget 2000 – headlines

Budget 2000 - headlines

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Budget: CGT cuts to reduce tax rates for long-term investors

Budget 2000: Chancellor fails dot.com companies on multimillion pound bills

Budget 2000: Missed opportunity on charity VAT

Budget 2000: More discounts for electronic filing

Budget 2000: Construction Industry scheme reviewed

Budget 2000: Main points for companies

Budget 2000: Main points for employees

Budget 2000: Main points for small businesses

Budget 2000: Fuel and transport

Budget 2000: English ICA claims reform opportunity lost

Budget 2000: e-commerce tax breaks for small businesses

Budget 2000: Air passenger tax cut by 50% in Europe

Budget 2000: Help for the bond market

Budget 2000: E&Y warns multinationals of hidden tax increases

Budget 2000: Higher ISA limit retained

Budget 2000: New £1bn regional venture capital fund set up

Budget 2000: PSBR in surplus of £12bn, says Brown

Budget 2000: Reforms to employee shares schemes, 40% capital allowances

Budget 2000: Rise in Working Families Tax Credit

Budget 2000: Rises in stamp duty

Budget 2000: Tobacco tax to fund NHS

Budget 2000:Increases in public spending for next three years

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