TaxPersonal TaxFantasy Budget Competition

Fantasy Budget Competition

It's that time of year again when visitors to AccountancyAge.com can sit back and compete with the chancellor of exchequer himself to come up with the best fantasy budget.

This year’s prize is as attractive as ever, £100 of theatre vouchers which can be used anywhere in the country.

On Wednesday next week will Gordon Brown:

1) Give a commitment to cut the basic rate of tax
YES / NO

2) Amend taper relief rules
YES / NO

3) Modify IR35
YES / NO

4) Close perceived loopholes in rules for LLPs
YES / NO

5) Bring in further changes to double tax relief
YES / NO

6) Introduce relief on depreciation for intellectual property
YES / NO

7) Widen the 10% tax band
YES / NO

8) Increase duty on beer
YES / NO

9) Cut corporation tax
YES / NO

10) Abolish betting duty
YES / NO

Tie breaker: Gordon Brown will speak for:
……… mins ……… secs

Name:

Qual:

Organisation:

Address:

Postcode:

Tel:

Either print off this page and fax it to 0207 316 9250 or copy and paste it into an e-mail and send it to comment@accountancyage.com

The deadline is 1pm on Wednesday, 7 March.

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