UK experts call for consistency, increased tax incentives for investment

A review of tax incentives for investment is among the options open to UK Chancellor Philip Hammond as he prepares to deliver his first autumn statement on November 23, according to tax experts.

Following the Brexit vote, Hammond has an opportunity to set out his own vision for the UK’s future direction, said Chris Sanger, EY head of tax policy. “Businesses long for stability that will allow them to evaluate their UK investment strategies and give the government a platform on which to promote the country’s attractiveness,” he said.

Read more: My news story for Tax Analysts, 16 November (paywall).