What will the UK 2017 election mean for business tax?

A summary of the parties’ main proposals outlined in the 2017 election manifestos relating to the taxation of businesses.

Our summary is based on information available and analysed up to 30 May 2017. Please note we have imported terms and words from the manifestos and the economics of the proposals have not been assessed.

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