Ten potential tax raising measures in UK Government's Autumn Statement

Mark Battersby
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UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is reportedly looking for ways to raise billions via additional taxes to help plug a £50 billion hole in the nation's finances, say AJ Bell's analysts. They will cover the following potential measures: •    Freeze on income tax thresholds •    Extending the inheritance tax freeze •    Dividend tax •    Capital Gains Tax •    Scrap higher-rate pensions tax relief •    Cut the annual allowance •    Reduce or freeze the lifetime allowance •    Increase pensions taxation on death •    State pension triple-lock •    Energy company windfall tax Income, ...

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