Incentive for investors

May 1972
Accountancy;May72, Vol. 83 Issue 945, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the measures taken by the British Chancellor of Exchequer regarding tax allowances expenditures that could be beneficial to investors. The allowance for capital expenditure has been increased for all capital expenditure on machinery and plant. The Chancellor has decided to introduced the imputation system of corporation tax wherein the income tax of the company will no longer be deducted.


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