Brown to tighten anti-avoidance loopholes
Tax avoidance loopholes are being tightened up with Chancellor Gordon Brown looking at capital gains tax, offshore schemes and IHT.
Brown throws residential properties out of Sipps
Chancellor Gordon Brown has thrown residential properties out of Sipps in today’s pre-budget report.
Brown addresses the misuse of Sipps to purchase second homes
The misuse of Sipp schemes to purchase second homes will be addressed in a publication addressing anti-avoidance and fraud measures according to Chancellor Gordon Brown.
Dormant accounts to help today’s youth according to Brown
Chancellor Gordon Brown has come to an agreement that bank and building society unclaimed assets will be used to improve youth and community services.
Chancellor announces extension to shared equity scheme
Shared equity schemes will be extended according to the Chancellor in today’s pre-budget report.
Chancellor to cut growth predictions
Chancellor Gordon Brown has slashed his prediction for the growth of the UK economy from 3 to 3.5 per cent in March 2005 to 1.75 per cent next year in his pre-budget statement.
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