Search results for ''...


Sorry, there were no results

Get in touch

Get in touch

  • Overview

    Nicola Plant from our Private Client department speaks to Kent Business about the 2016 Budget and comments on the Chancellor's decision to cut capital tax rates and what affect this will have.

    Nicola said: “The Chancellor’s decision to cut capital gains tax rates by 8% on all but residential property and carried interest is a clear indication of the government’s wish to discourage future speculation in the buy-to-let market, halting continued growth in prices in that sector and potentially freeing up more properties for first-time buyers.”

    The full article is available online, first published by Kent Online in March 2016: Budget 2016: Business rate relief 'welcome boost' say Kent bosses

Get in touch

^
Jargon Buster