2024/25 Tax card

Published by Daniel Grainge on 26 March 2024

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Our updated 2024/25 tax card is now available.

Our 2024/25 tax card has been updated in March 2024 to reflect changes announced by Jeremy Hunt in his Spring Budget.

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his ‘Budget for Long Term Growth’ promising ‘more investment, more jobs, better public services and lower taxes’.

The recent changes aim to assist individuals, families, and small businesses through various means, including raising the threshold for the High-Income Child Benefit Charge and expanding the taper reduction. Additionally, there are notable property tax adjustments affecting those renting furnished holiday homes, acquiring property portfolios or annexes, and selling residential properties. One significant change pertains to the taxation of ‘non-doms’.

Access our updated tax card here.

For more information about the announcements made within the spring budget, please visit our news section here.

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