SUMMER ECONOMIC STATEMENT 8 JULY 2020

On Wednesday 8 July, the Chancellor announced a set of measures that focused almost wholly on the protection, support and creation of jobs in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

With confirmation that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will end in October this year, he also outlined a number of tax cuts, grants and government funded vouchers aimed at supporting businesses in returning and retaining their workforces as the UK enters the second phase of recovery.

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Business Support

The Chancellor announced a spending package to stimulate recovery for those sectors most in need.

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Employment Taxes

The Chancellor set out the government’s plans to support, protect and create jobs with a Plan for Jobs including a Job Retention Bonus and one off payments for new apprenticeship roles.

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Indirect Taxes

Rishi Sunak has reduced the VAT rates to 5% on supplies to the leisure, hospitality and tourism industries.

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Personal Taxes

The stamp duty threshold, the level at which home buyers start paying the tax, has been raised from £125,000 to £500,000 until April 2021.

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Sector Commentary

What is the impact of Summer Economic Statement on different sectors and industries?

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