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Presented at the IFS Post-Budget Briefing, Summer 2015 on 9th July, 2015. 

 

 

Note: The following figure has been updated on slide 2 of the presentation: 'Basic rate taxpayers will be £639 a year better off in 2017–18 as a result of these changes' (changed from £597).

 

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