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2013 Autumn Statement

On Thursday 5th December 2013, the Chancellor George Osborne responded to the updated forecast for the UK economy published by the Office of Budget Responsibility (OBR),in a statement to the House of Commons.

Please click on the link above to download your complimentary copy of our Autumn Statement overview publication.

 

 

Key Announcements

Some of the key announcements included in the Autumn Statement on Thursday 5th December 2013, are summarised below.  Some points have been previously announced.  For the full summary of the Autumn Statement, please click here to download your PDF copy.
 

 
  • introduction of an exemption from employer National Insurance Contributions for employees under 21

  • introduction of a transferable tax allowance for some married couples and civil partners

  • allowing companies to claim tax relief on donations to Community Amateur Sports Clubs

  • measures to tackle employment intermediaries disguising employment as self-employment

  • anti-avoidance measures which will affect some partnerships in which the partners include individuals and companies

  • changes to the CGT Private Residence Relief deemed occupation rules

  • introduction of new CGT rules for non-residents and UK residential property

 

 

 

Partnerships with mixed membership

Anti-avoidance measures will be introduced which will affect partnerships, including LLPs, where the partners or members include both individuals and non-individuals (mixed membership partnerships). Most commonly the non-individuals will be company members of the partnership. There will be two areas potentially affected:

  • where partnership profits are allocated to a non-individual partner in circumstances where an individual member may benefit from those profits
  • where partnership losses are allocated to an individual partner, instead of a non-individual partner, to enable the individual to access certain loss reliefs.
     

More details of the changes were defined in the draft legislation which was published on 10 December 2013.

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