The Chancellor presented his 2023 Spring Budget on Wednesday the 15th of March.
Key measures the Chancellor announced include, but are not limited to:
Corporation tax rises to between 19 and 25% dependent on profits. The highest rate of 25% is reserved for businesses generating more than £250,000.
For those with profits under £50k the rate remains at 19%
Pension tax free allowance increased from £40,000 to £60,000 and the lifetime allowance of £1m has been abolished.
The full detail on all the measures, some of which are subject to parliamentary approval, can be found on GOV.UK.
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