Autumn Budget 2021 .

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  • Gordon999
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    From April 2022, the tax on dividends will increase by 1.25 % .from 7.5 % and 32.5% to 8.75% and 33.75%

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  • Gordon999
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    Autumn Budget and Finance Bill Briefing published on 5 Nov 2021.

    https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk...cdp-2021-0184/

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  • theartfullodger
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    Today's "Times" (prop Rupert Murdoch) cartoon by the great Peter Brookes (he's unkind to everyone..)
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    Note the feet...
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  • Gordon999
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    Posted by The Week Magazine.

    Mortgage Solutions said “expectations for rising interest costs” predicted by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) were “buried in the budget documents”. OBR forecasting inflation rising to 4%

    The OBR has forecast that the Bank of England interest rate could rise to 3.5% in 2023, up from 0.1% at present.

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  • Gordon999
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    The forecast given during yesterday budget speech , is for inflation to rise from 3.1% ( at end of Sept 2021 ) to 4% during 2022. There could be a jump in mortgage interest rate by 1%.

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  • jpkeates
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    One hidden detail that affects landlords is that the reporting and payment of CGT has gone from a 30 day deadline to a 60 day deadline for residential property.

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  • Gordon999
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    I noticed whilst watching the autumn budget budget speech on BBC TV, it posted £5 Bil funding was allocated to sort the cladding problem and later in the day on the News , a 4% levy will be applied to some Developers. Will this help the affected leaseholders ?

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  • royw
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    Vote Conservative, get Labour. Gordon Brown would have been proud of this budget.

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  • Gordon999
    started a topic Autumn Budget 2021 .

    Autumn Budget 2021 .

    Posted up by BBC website this morning ( 27 Oct 2021 at 11.55 am ) , You can see a full rundown , which include:
    • £7 billion for areas outside of London to “level up” transport
    • £5 billion for health-related research and development, including towards genome sequencing and tackling health inequalities
    • £3 billion to drive a “skills revolution”
    • £1.4 billion fund to funnel money into key innovative sectors and a new talent network to woo foreign talent into UK industries
    • £850 million to “breathe life” back into cultural hotspots
    • £700 million for a new fleet of patrol boats for Britain’s borders
    • £700 million to improve sports and youth clubs
    • £560 million to provide personalised maths coaching
    • £500 million towards support for families and children, including new family hubs
    • £435 million for crime prevention and the Crown Prosecution Service, part of which aims to improve the response to rape and sexual assault cases
    • £5 million for cutting-edge treatments for veterans

    Nothing to help flat owners for financing the heavy cost of replacing cladding

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