UK small business tax rates 2024/25 – at a glance!

On 6th March 2024 the UK chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, revealed his pre-election Spring budget for 2024. Nothing ground breaking but a few notable things have changed. This is what the 2024/25 tax rates are likely to be for self employed people in the UK.

UK small business tax rates 2023/24 – at a glance!

At the time of writing, on 3rd April 2023, there was very little information on the gov.uk website about self employed tax rates for 2023/24. This has finally been updated. This is what the 2023/24 tax rates are likely to be for self employed people in the UK.

UK small business tax rates 2022/23 – at a glance!

There’s good news and bad news. Income tax rates generally aren’t increasing. However as inflation steadily rises tax breaks such as your Personal Allowance are now locked in until 2026. Coupled with forthcoming rises in national insurance, corporation tax and dividend rates the net impact for small business owners is a substantial and quite sneaky tax increase over the next few years.

UK self employed tax rates 2021/22 – at a glance!

The 2021/22 tax year in the UK runs from 6th April 2021 to 5th April 2022. Tax returns for this tax year are generally due by 31st January 2023. Here are some of the most common at-a-glance figures you might find useful for the tax year.

UK self employed tax rates 2020/21 – at a glance!

The 2020/21 tax year in the UK runs from 6th April 2020 to 5th April 2021. Tax returns for this tax year are generally due by 31st January 2022. Here are some of the most common at-a-glance figures you might find useful for the next tax year.

UK self employed tax rates 2019/20 – at a glance!

The 2019/20 tax year in the UK runs from 6th April 2019 to 5th April 2020. Tax returns for this tax year are generally due by 31st January 2021. Here are some of the most common at-a-glance figures you might find useful for this tax year.

UK self employed tax rates 2018/19 – at a glance!

The 2018/19 tax year in the UK runs from 6th April 2018 to 5th April 2019. Tax returns for this tax year are generally due by 31st January 2020. Here are some of the most common at-a-glance figures you might need for this tax year.

UK self employed tax rates 2017/18 – at a glance!

The 2017/18 tax year in the UK runs from 6th April 2017 to 5th April 2018. Tax returns for this tax year are generally due by 31st January 2019. Here are some of the most common at-a-glance figures you might need for this tax year.