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Last March’s budget was viewed as an attack on SMEs and the self-employed, so the Autumn Budget was a chance for Chancellor Philip Hammond to win them over and the initial reaction has been positive.
SMEs are the backbone of the UK economy and helping them thrive is seen as imperative as the UK prepares itself for life outside the European Union.
The Chancellor listened to calls to scrap the almost 4% rise in business rates due next April by announcing a switch in the inflation measure used to calculate the rates each year from the RPI to CPI from April 2018 – two years earlier than originally planned.
CVS, the business rates specialist, had predicted the RPI inflation formula would have added an extra £781million in bills over the next two years compared with the lower CPI measure.
The Chancellor also called time on the so called ‘staircase tax’ which hits companies in England and Wales with offices in communal blocks business rates based on how many rooms are being used and how they are linked.
The Federation of Small Businesses welcomed the announcement that the “staircase tax” would be ending:
“The end of the staircase tax will throw a lifeline to thousands of small firms that had no time to prepare for this completely unfair and retrospective levy. The Chancellor has done the right thing by reinstating original business rates bills. We hope the end of the staircase tax marks the first step towards wholesale reform of the regressive business rates system.”
The threshold below which firms don’t need to register will remain at £85,000 until at least 2020.
This goes against recommendations made by the Office of Tax Simplification in its recent review of VAT. It said in the report that reducing the figure to £25,000 could raise as much as £2billion each year for the Exchequer, by bringing as many as 1.5million small businesses into the system.
However, this was also received well by the FSB.
Mike Cherry, national chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses, said:
“It was good to see the Chancellor’s speech acknowledge our concerns about the VAT threshold. Dragging thousands of more small firms into the hugely complex VAT regime would have caused a significant drag on output at an already challenging time for businesses. We look forward to working with the Government to reform this burdensome tax. Small firms spend more than a working week a year complying with VAT obligations on average. It’s time that should be spent growing their firms”.
An additional £2.5 billion for the British Business Bank to continue their vital work in facilitating access to finance for small firms will help make that happen. Freeing up pension funds to put more money behind innovative small firms will also add to the UK’s international competitiveness. This is good as with the Brexit negations still going on, other nations will attempt to attract UK Businesses to their shores.
£3 billion of Brexit contingency planning and a promise to step-in to replace European Investment Fund provides some reassurance. What the UK needs is the swift agreement of a time-limited interim period. Only then can small firms start to plan again for the future.