It is now less than five months before the new 50 personal income tax rate (for earnings above £150,000) is a reality.
In this year’s Budget, the UK Government claims that "in the face of a steep and synchronised global downturn", it has introduced measures of "targeted discretionary support" for the economy, particularly to help businesses’ short-term cash-flow and adjustment towards renewed economic growth.
Significant changes to the UK capital gains tax (CGT) regime were announced in the Pre-Budget Report in October 2007.
Significant changes to the capital gains tax regime were announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling, in his Pre-Budget Report last month.
Gordon Brown first announced the review of the rules on residence and domicile in 2002.