Download our helpful Tax Card for 2022/2023
Following the Chancellor’s Budget our HWB Tax Rate Card outlines the business and individual tax rates for the coming tax year of 2022/23. All the essential tax facts, rates and figures are provided in one handy PDF download, offering an easy point of reference all year round.
You can view and download our helpful Tax Card for 2022/2023 below which we have produced as a print friendly PDF for you to download and print as you require.
The Tax Card download includes:
- UK Company Taxation
- Main Capital Allowances
- Value Added Tax (VAT)
- Research & Development (R&D)
- National Insurance
- Property Taxes
- Taxable Income Bands And Tax Rates
- Vehicle And Fuel Benefits In Kind (BIK)
- Tax-Free Mileage Allowances
- Capital Gains Tax (CGT)
- Inheritance Tax (IHT)
- Tax Efficient Investments
- Registered Pensions
- Stamp Duty
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These rates and allowances are based on Budget 2021 announcements made by the UK and Northern Ireland, Scottish and Welsh Governments and are for information only. All information is subject to change before 6 April 2022 and confirmation by the respective governments. The above must not be considered advice and no warranty is given for the accuracy or completeness of the details. Professional advice should be sought before making any decisions. Rates apply to the UK and Northern Ireland unless indicated otherwise.