Tax Facts 2021/22


Tax Facts 2021/22

This page was last updated on August 6, 2021

Here you can download our handy summary of key facts, figures and deadlines for the 2021/22 Tax Year. 

Updated 6 August 2021

Our Tax Facts summary for the tax year 2021/22 gives all the rates and deadlines and is current according the date shown on this page. 

This update of the card reflects the information published in the Finance Act in July 2021.

With the Government’s response to the pandemic, the information may change further. The Shipleys LLP team are closely following all the announcements and papers released and we will update the pdf version of the card on this page as any fresh developments emerge.

Other helpful resources during these unprecedented times

You may also find the following resources helpful:

Support measures for businesses introduced by the Government amidst the Coronavirus

A summary of the Chancellor’s 2021 Budget

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Godalming – t: +44 (0)1483 423607 – e: godalming@shipleys.com

Specific advice should be obtained before taking action, or refraining from taking action, in relation to this summary. If you would like advice or further information, please speak to your usual Shipleys contact.

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