Wednesday’s budget managed to have a few surprises as well as some old favourites. ISA allowances going up to £15,000 along with pensioners being able to cash in pensions will be popular, but for the rural market place the extension and doubling of Annual Investment Allowances to £500,000 is welcome news. Dodd & Co have produced a summary of the main points – view here.
For a more detailed breakdown of the budget Saffery Champness notes are available here.
More specifically for the rural property market Charles Cowap’s interpretation of the main points makes useful reading – view here.
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