In his Autumn Statement, George Osborne announced measures on housing, tax credits and public spending. Matthew Partridge looks at the major announcements and what they mean for the economy.
The idea that there is no new taxes on the wealthy is compete nonsense, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
The government has come in for criticism over plans to reform tax credits, says James Ferguson. But the system as it stands is unaffordable.
Income inequality across a whole lifetime is much lower than a lot of people think, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Most people expect they’ll be in the top tax bracket for a while at least.
Tot up all the tax breaks and the real cost of the charity sector to the taxpayer is far higher than you think, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
George Osborne has used sentimentality to distract us from a rise in the inheritance tax allowance, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Changes announced in the Summer Budget could be brewing up a storm in the buy-to-let market. Dominic Frisby explains what that means for house prices.
The Budget hiked a fairly obscure tax that few of us ever think about. Piper Terrett explains what it is, and how it could affect your insurance premiums.
The recent Budget included several radical changes to our tax system – and one of the biggest was the treatment of dividends. Cris Sholto Heaton explains.
The smashing of two Tory taboos in the Budget will have long-term consequences for Britain’s housing market, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
George Osborne may not have delivered the radical Budget we dreamt of, says Merryn Somerset Webb, but there was still quite a lot to approve of.