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May 4, 2012

Ken asks…

{Are you surprised about the Budget 2011}?

Budget 2011 – 23 March

Budget 2011 on Directgov:
Budget key pointsDetailed documentsThe Budget speech Previous BudgetsBackground to the Budget
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has delivered his second Budget, outlining how the government plans to raise and spend money during the coming year.
Read on for details of the changes he announced to taxes, spending, rules and regulations.Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has delivered the 2011 Budget. Key announcements include £250 million to help first-time buyers buy a new-build property and an increase in the amount you can earn before you pay Income Tax. Read on for details of what was announced in the 2011 Budget and how the Budget may affect you.
Tax changes
Personal Allowances (the amount you can earn before you pay tax) for under 65s will rise to £8,105 in April 2012, up from £6,475 at present
Inheritance Tax will be reduced by 10 per cent if you leave 10 per cent or more of your estate to charity
a consultation on combining Income Tax and National Insurance will be launched
non-domiciles who have lived in the UK for 12 years or more will be charged £50,000
Benefits and tax credits
welfare payments will rise in line with the Consumer Price Index (CPI) rather than the Retail Price Index (RPI) – CPI is higher than RPI
Child Tax Credit for lower income families will increase by £255
Motoring and travel
fuel duty will be cut by 1p per litre from 6.00 pm tonight
the April 2011 inflation-only increase in fuel duty will be put back to 1 January 2012; the April 2012 increase will be introduced on 1 August 2012
£100 million will be made available to local authorities to fix potholes caused by the severe winter weather
Vehicle Excise Duty will increase by inflation only (HGV vehicles will be exempt)
Authorised Mileage Allowance Payments (the amount employees can claim for using their cars for business) will be increased from 40p to 45p per mile
Alcohol and tobacco
duty on low-alcohol beer will be cut in half, while being raised on stronger beers
tobacco duty will be increased by 2 per cent above inflation
Housing
£250 million will be made available to help first-time buyers buy a new-build property
homeowners facing difficulties will get extra help through the extension of the temporary changes to the Support for Mortgage Interest Scheme for another year
targets on the use of previously developed land will be removed
Employment
80,000 work experience places for young people will be created
up to 50,000 apprenticeships will be created
The economy
economic growth is forecast at 1.7 per cent this year
21 new Enterprise Zones will be created to focus growth in specific parts of the UK – the first ten of these will be in; Birmingham and Solihull, Leeds, Liverpool, Greater Manchester, The Tees Valley, Tyneside, The Bristol area, The Black Country, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and Sheffield
the main rate of corporation tax will be cut by 2 per cent to 26 per cent from April 2011, with further yearly reductions of 1 per cent for the next three years
planning laws will be changed to prioritise growth and jobs
The environment
controls on greenbelt land will be maintained, but targets on the use of previously developed land will be removed
the Climate Change Levy discount will be increased for those who have signed up from 65 per cent to 80 per cent
an extra £2 billion more will be invested by the government in the Green investment bank, created to support investment in low-carbon infrastructure projects my Question is this well this help you Any way or not or is they more pain to come .

Administrator answers:

Lots of wishful thinking by people in Government who have never held down a real job in their life.

The best thing the Government could do is get off businesses backs and cut back on all the lunatic regulations which destroy jobs! Tinkering around the edges is just a waste of time!

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