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The new tax year of 2023-24 is approaching rapidly.

With only one month to go now until the new tax year, it’s a good time for a round up of some of the changes in store for 2023-24 tax year for both individuals and companies. With so many updates that were announced, then reversed or altered at the end of last year, it’s been easy to lose track of the final outcomes.

There may be changes which affect the decisions you make in the final tax month of 2022-23. For example, around the timing of dividends, capital gains or company profits.

The personal tax thresholds and rates relate to England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Personal tax

National Insurance


Capital Gains Tax

Stamp Duty Land Tax

Corporation tax

National living wage


These changes for 2023-24 tax year could mean more or higher tax, especially for dividends, capital gains and corporation tax. You should potentially consider what’s going to fall in March and what will fall in April. A few days difference in timing could make a significant difference to tax.

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