Corporate Tax

Homebuyers get UK family mortgage assure, company tax rises

A mortgage guarantee system helps homebuyers purchase up to £ 600,000 worth of property with just a 5 percent deposit, while the government takes care of the other 95 percent.

What will be in the UK budget today? Many of the big announcements have already been revealed, leaked, or guessed at. Here’s what you can expect:

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A mortgage guarantee system helps homebuyers purchase up to £ 600,000 worth of property with just a 5 percent deposit, while the government takes care of the other 95 percent.

According to reports, Rishi Sunak could also extend the stamp duty vacation announced last summer on homes valued at up to £ 500,000, which is currently set to run until the end of March.

VAT

Reports suggest that there are plans to increase corporate tax from 19 to 23 percent by the next general election.

There are also reports that the Chancellor will freeze income tax thresholds – a tactic that would not technically be a tax hike measure, but which will make employees pay more as salaries rise.

Business support

A £ 5 billion program will help businesses, such as shops, pubs, clubs, gyms and hair salons, with grants of up to £ 18,000, that are hardest hit by the pandemic restrictions.

A £ 520 million program will help companies improve their software and training.

There will also likely be an extension of the vacation program until the end of September (it should run until the end of April). Another 600,000 people can also receive scholarships.

Economic Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said business support, including vacation and VAT cuts for hotel companies, will continue “while the lockdown continues”.

“I think the Chancellor has already indicated that we will extend the vacation. I think that was part of a public announcement,” Kwarteng told the BBC.

Universal credit

There are reports that the temporary £ 20 per week universal loan hike will be extended for an additional six months.

Vaccinations

An additional £ 1.65 billion will be allocated to launch the vaccine in the UK. Sky News.

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