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Chancellor confirms tax breaks for shale gas production, reafirrming his support for the industry.
We bring you 10 features in George Osborne's Autumn Statement, which saw a record upgrade in the GDP forecast, the largest ever clamp down on tax avoidance and a stamp duty relief boost for ETFs.
The government is introducing new rules for users and promoters of failed avoidance schemes, as new figures show that HMRC is winning 80% of avoidance cases heard in court.
HMRC's mission to crack down on tax avoidance has gathered an extra £750 million in tax collected from Britain's wealthiest individuals, the government revealed in its Autumn Statement.
According to the tag trending on Twitter, today was #AS2013. But when George Osborne lifted his eyes from his crib sheet what he was focused on with laser intensity was 2015.
The government is hoping to build on the enthusiastic reception of the Royal Mail examining how to maximise the number of private investors able to take part in a sale of Lloyds.
The government is hoping to stimulate investment in social enterprises with plans to provide tax relief on social impact bonds.
The government has confirmed a further £500 increase in the income tax personal allowance.
The government introduces new tax cuts for married couples, or those in civil partnerships.
Partnerships are well and truly on HMRC's radar, chancellor George Osborne revealed today in his Autumn Statement.
Industry experts have reacted positively to news stamp duty tax on exchange traded funds will be abolished.
Chancellor George Osborne has committed to keeping interest rates low, while also promising that he would support the Bank of England in deflating any asset bubbles.
Chancellor George Osborne has stepped up his crackdown on tax anti-avoidance, announcing 'the largest package of measures' to tackle the issue.
The chancellor has announced that foreign owners selling UK homes will face a capital gain tax.
Around £100 million of the money the government has gathered from Libor fines from a number of UK banks is to go to military charities.
Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed that the UK economy is growing at a faster pace than had previously been expected.
Brewin Dolphin’s strategy to improve profitability and make the business more efficient looks like it starting to pay off.
Michael Pagliari, who spent 27-years at Morgan Stanley, becomes the fourth partner to join the firm in recent weeks.
Bestinvest senior fund researcher Mark Lane has left to take up a post with Standard Life Investments.
The JP Morgan Indian Investment Trust has made a number of concessions to shareholders as an activist investor has built a large stake in the fund.
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