Article preview: Tax rises in the future seem an inevitable solution for repaying some of the public debt incurred during the pandemic. But which taxes will rise in the years to come, as the Chancellor starts to claw back the fiscal stimulus provided to date in 2020? A great deal of focus has been on Capital Gains Tax (CGT), which a recent review from the Office for Tax Simplification recommending the Treasury hikes this tax.
Advisers expect CGT rates to rise
This 380-word blog post looks at the expectation of Capital Gains Tax (CGT) increases in the next Budget, as confirmed by a poll of financial advisers. Written on 3rd December 2020.
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