Business Tax - 22 Nov 2017
Research and Development (R&D) expenditure - credit rate increase
From 1 January 2018, the government will increase the rate of the R&D expenditure credit from 11% to 12%, in order to support business investment in a wide range of qualifying R&D related activities.
HMRC have publicly reported that this is an underclaimed tax relief so please contact your Frank Hirth advisor for further details on making a claim.
Corporate Capital Gains - indexation allowance
In order to align chargeable disposals by corporate entities with those made on a personal level, the government will legislate to freeze indexation allowance on corporate Capital Gains for disposals on and after 1 January 2018. The allowance for subsequent disposals will be frozen at the amount that would be due based on the Retail Price Index for December 2017.
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