On 22 November 2023, Jeremy Hunt delivered the ‘Autumn Statement for Growth’. Against an improving economic backdrop, the Chancellor is keen to stimulate economic growth and highlighted 110 measures for businesses. In addition, there were significant statements relating to National Insurance changes and also the reform of work-related state benefits.
Charities using technology to boost donations. Charity bequests worth £800 million stuck in probate. New guidance for charities on social media use
Against a backdrop of reducing inflation and greater headroom for spending, the Chancellor announced several tax cuts and boosts to business in his ‘Autumn Statement for Growth’.
New Employee checks
One widget or two? Covid support payments are still on HMRC’s radar
R&D single scheme uncertainty for companies
HMRC detective work means tax bill for eBay trader
Paying voluntary National Insurance contributions
Child Benefit – watch the sting in the tail
GDPR right of access: new guidance
What is extended producer responsibility for packaging?
How many people have lost money trying to ʻplayʼ the markets?