Category: Tax Planning


Income tax The personal allowance for 2024/25 to 2027/28 will remain at £12,570 and the higher rate threshold will stay at £50,270, as previously announced. In Scotland, for 2024/25, the starter and basic rate bands will grow by 6.7%, while […]

Scottish Budget: Additional Announcements

Some other announcements worth sharing include: You can read our Scottish budget economic summary and Scottish budget tax announcements Get in touch today for expert accounting and tax advice.

Scottish Budget: Tax Announcements

Income tax The structure of Scottish income tax will change in 2024/25: Scottish taxpayers – non-dividend, non-savings income 2024/25 2023/24 Tax Rate   Tax Rate   Starter rate on taxable income up to 19% £2,306 19% £2,162 Basic rate on […]

Get ahead on capital gains tax planning

Some careful forethought can help minimise your capital gains tax (CGT) bill. Everyone has an annual CGT exempt amount, which in 2023/24 makes the first £6,000 of gains free of tax. For 2024/25, this amount will be halved to £3,000. […]

Planning for directors and employees

Bringing forward income could be a sensible approach if you are not currently an additional rate taxpayer but expect to become one next year. You could consider a similar strategy to keep your income below the level at which you […]

Autumn Statement – 22 November 2023

Introduction Jeremy Hunt’s second Autumn Statement was set against a much less financially turbulent background than his first. However, politics still loomed large with a likely election in the next 12 months prompting calls for tax cuts from within the […]

Autumn Statement – Personal Tax

Income tax The personal allowance will remain at £12,570 for 2024/25 and the higher rate threshold will stay at £50,270, both levels that first took effect in 2021/22. The blind person’s allowance will be increased to £3,070 for 2024/25. In […]

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