Small firms extend cautious welcome to Brown's budget

Peplow, Reg
March 1998
Cabinet Maker;03/27/98, Issue 5081, p6
Trade Publication
Discloses that the Federation of Small Business and the Confederation of British Industry have supported the changes made by the British government in its taxation of businesses. Permission of writing off the cost of capital assets against the taxable profits; Taxation on the gains on business assets held for ten years.


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