If the chancellor was asked to produce a Budget that would not rock the political boat, then it looks as if that is what he has delivered. The total net cost of his policy decisions for 2018/19 was a little over £6 billion with just £1.585 billion attributable to tax policy decisions.
2017/18 Tax Tables which feature rates and allowances which you may find beneficial; Income Tax, Registered Pensions, National Insurance Contributions, State Pension, Property Transaction Taxes, Tax Incentivised Investment, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax, Corporation Tax and VAT.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, delivered his first Budget against a backdrop of a more-buoyant-than-expected UK economy post-Brexit and improved tax receipts.
Our view on the latest financial planning topics which may be of interest to you.