TaxCorporate TaxCameron proposes tax cuts for employers

Cameron proposes tax cuts for employers

Tories leader expected to announce plans to slash taxes by billions of pounds

With the release of the pre-Budget report imminent, opposition leader David
Cameron will today outline tax proposals for employers in a move expected to
underpin that of Gordon Brown.

Cameron has vowed to implement tax changed ‘that will help to encourage
businesses to take on workers and keep workers’, according to
ft.com

The proposals are expected to focus on a National Insurance payments holiday
for companies recruiting staff.

‘We want to help, we will help, and we will put money back in people’s
pockets and we will say where it comes from,’ he said.

Further Reading:

Osborne
to signal tax rises in Tory counter attack

FSB
praises proposals for SME tax breaks

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