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Budget 2018: tax reliefs under scrutiny

Now that the party conferences are over, what changes to the UK tax landscape can we expect to see in the coming months?

It is not yet clear how the government will meet the prime minister’s commitment, announced in the summer, to increase National Health Service funding by £20.5bn a year in real terms by 2023. Theresa May has vowed that a post-Brexit Britain will offer the lowest rate of corporation tax in the G20, and the Conservatives pledged at the 2017 general election not to increase the level of VAT.

My article for AAT Comment, published by AAT on October 5

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