Government set to unveil tax breaks for small firms
The government is poised to unveil tax breaks and a reduction in red tape as part of a plan to encourage small business owners to expand and create more jobs.
Among the areas being considered are changes to capital gains, income and corporation tax relief. But other tax measures will be considered if they lead to job creation.
The Department of Finance will kick off a push for more “innovating entrepreneurs” in the next couple...
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