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Finance (No 2) Bill 2021-22 Published
Wednesday 10th November 2021
The Finance (No 2) Bill 2021-22 has now been published and incorporates legislation on measures announced in the Autumn 2021 Budget as well as measures for which draft legislation was published previously.
Key measures include:
- Reduction in the rate of the banking surcharge, from 8% to 3%, and the surcharge allowance, from £25m to £100m, from April 2023
- Abolition of basis periods which will affect individuals, trusts, partnerships and others subject to income tax on trading income, with effect from the 2024/25 tax year, with 2023/24 being the transitional period.
- Extension of the temporary increase in annual investment allowance to £1m for a further year to 31 March 2023
- Extension of reporting and payment deadline for disposals of UK residential property
- Introduction of the residential property developer tax, at 4% and a developer’s allowance of £25m pa applied on a group basis, to profits arising from the development of certain residential accommodation for sale.
- Introduction of a new tax regime for qualifying asset holding companies effective from April 2022
- Changes to cross border group relief
- Notification of uncertain tax treatment by large companies and the withdrawal of the ‘third trigger’
- A consultation on the re-domiciliation of foreign corporations to the UK which would allow a foreign company to change its country of incorporation to the UK while maintaining its legal identity as a corporate body
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