Invested: Navigating the tax landscape in 2017
Budget 2017 did not dramatically change the tax environment for investors. However, there were small steps taken on capital tax, and the hint of more to come, writes Emma Kennedy
In the weeks leading up to Budget 2017, it became clear that it was to be a budget borne more out of politics than economics, with many competing interests to accommodate.
This newspaper’s tax columnist Brian Keegan summed it up well, saying that never before was so little being spent by so many.
For entrepreneurs and investors, this year’s budget was arguably a little disappointing.
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