Autumn Budget 2021
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, is due to announce the Autumn Budget onthe 27th of October. This budget usually entails financial and economic reports, and an update on the state of public finances. He will also announce changes to tax rates, any tax-free allowance adjustments and detail out plans for future government spending.
What we already know for this Autumn’s budget
- National insurance contributions will increase by 1.25% from April next year.
- Dividend tax will increase by 1.25%, which means investors will have to pay more on their earnings.
- We also know that the government will give a £500m Household Support Fund to councils to help the most vulnerable families in England this winter.