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12 December 2017
Gordon Drakes Autumn Budget 2017 – what does it mean for franchising?

United Kingdom - Fieldfisher LLP

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond recently delivered the Autumn 2017 Budget, the first budget in the new annual tax policy-making cycle. Although there were no radical policy changes, some changes will affect the UK franchise business sector, particularly with regard to the tax treatment of royalties, corporate tax and the digital economy, environmental tax, value added tax and business rates.

Author: Gordon Drakes
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