The General Election and Scotland – an explainer
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2d ago
Some of the tax policies that are being announced during the election campaign will not apply in Scotland after the General Election. This is because some tax powers have been devolved to the Scottish Parliament. In this explainer we take a look at what these tax powers are – and what the political parties are saying about them ..read more
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Guest blog - Employee Ownership: hardwiring wellbeing and prosperity into our economy through an effective tax regime
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2d ago
In this guest blog, Sam Blakeborough, Employee Ownership Association (eoa) Policy Lead, discusses the importance of employee ownership and highlights eoa’s requests from the new government ..read more
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Capital gains tax – an explainer
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2d ago
A number of party manifestos propose changes to capital gains tax to raise more money for public services. Our explainer explores how capital gains tax works and what the parties are proposing ..read more
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General Election 2024: Tax and Northern Ireland
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2d ago
Northern Ireland’s parties have published their election manifestos. Plans for a wealth and an online sales tax feature alongside changes to VAT and corporation tax rates and calls for the devolution of tax-raising powers to the Northern Ireland Assembly ..read more
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General Election 2024: Scottish party manifestos hint at 2026 tax debate
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2d ago
Scotland’s parties continue to publish their General Election manifestos, and while these largely mirror those of their UK counterparts, they offer hints on what the tax policy landscape could look like by the time of the next Scottish Parliament elections in 2026 ..read more
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Our election challenge – the responses
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2d ago
At the start of the election campaign, Institute President Charlotte Barbour wrote to the tax spokespeople for the main political parties identifying seven ‘pressing issues’ which the Institute believes should be a priority for the next government. These are the response we’ve received ..read more
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CIOT/IFS Debate: What should the tax priorities for the new parliament be?
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2d ago
The general election is over and a new government in place. What does this mean for tax policy? Our panel of tax experts explored the issues, from business rates to green taxes to compliance, during a 90 minute online debate ..read more
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King's Speech 2024: Employment rights on the government’s agenda
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2d ago
The government’s agenda for this session of Parliament includes measures to strengthen workplace rights, extend the OBR’s powers, support pension savers and reform the apprenticeship levy ..read more
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Tax Avoidance and the Tax Gap – an explainer
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1M ago
Politicians think there are billions of pounds in uncollected tax that could be brought in by HMRC. Are they right ..read more
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National Insurance - an explainer
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1M ago
The Conservatives are a further cut to employees' National Insurance and have an ambition to scrap it altogether. They've also announced a proposal to scrap the main National Insurance rate for the self-employed. But what is National Insurance? How does it differ from income tax? And what effect would scrapping it have ..read more
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