The new West Yorkshire Combined Authority, Sheffield City Region, Tyne and Wear, West of England and Tees Valley will also receive settlements, subject to putting in place appropriate governance to agree and deliver funding, including an elected Mayor for their city regions and transport networks. ↩, ‘Unlocking digital competition, Report of the Digital Competition Expert panel’, HM Treasury, March 2019. The government will invest an additional £1 billion to remove unsafe cladding from residential buildings above 18 metres to ensure people feel safe in their homes. This means that far fewer people will be affected. (38). Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2021 . This money will be allocated to departments through the Estimates process. RHDI per head grew by 0.3% in the year to Q3 2019, down from 1.0% in the year to Q2 2019. In addition, the GREAT Britain and Northern Ireland campaign will fund a £1 million campaign to promote the Scottish food and drink sector. Reviewing PFI contracts – The government has retired the PFI and PF2 models, but there are nearly 600 existing PFI contracts in England. It will result in a big increase in borrowing. These firm decisions on the Departmental Expenditure Limits (DEL) envelope for the CSR mean that the average annual real growth of Total Managed Expenditure (TME), the total amount of money that the government spends through departments, local authorities, other public bodies and social security, will be 1.9% between 2019-20 and 2024-25. Place-based resilience schemes – The government is confirming a new £200 million package of place-based resilience schemes to ensure faster recovery for rural, urban and coastal communities most at risk of flooding. Increasing the flat rate deduction for homeworking – The government will increase the maximum flat rate income tax deduction available to employees to cover additional household expenses from £4 per week to £6 per week where they work at home under homeworking arrangements. But it is worth recalling that just four years ago, in March 2016, a surplus of £10.4 billion was forecast for this financial year: i.e. The heating of our homes will need to be virtually zero carbon by 2050, replacing natural gas and other fossil fuels with low carbon alternatives – likely to be primarily a mix of green gas, heat pumps and heat networks. This will allow the government to vary import duty where it considers this appropriate, having regard to relevant international agreements and obligations. Hardship Fund – The government will provide Local Authorities in England with £500 million of new grant funding to support economically vulnerable people and households in their local area. To further support pubs, in response to Covid-19 the discount for pubs will be increased to £5,000. 2 Negative numbers in the table represent a cost to the Exchequer. Funding for world-leading research – The government will invest up to £400 million extra in 2020-21 to support world-leading research, infrastructure and equipment across the UK. The deal also underpins the agreement of a long-term intra-city transport settlement for the region starting in 2022-23. The UK has a long and rich history as a hub for scientific discovery and transformative technological progress. (15). Alongside the Budget, the government is formally announcing a new, ambitious target for the National Living Wage (NLW) to reach two-thirds of median earnings and be extended to workers aged 21 and over by 2024, provided economic conditions allow. [footnote 58] The government will also meet its commitment to introduce a National Insurance holiday for employers of veterans in their first year of civilian employment. [footnote 29] The settlement also provides for £780 million extra in 2020-21 to support children and young people with special educational needs, to ensure all can reach their potential. Genuinely striking is the substantial increase in planned capital spending. With low borrowing costs and the public finances in a more secure position, the government can support the economy and fund the response to COVID-19 in the short-term and take action over the medium-term to drive growth and improve public services, without compromising fiscal sustainability. In the near term, the outbreak of COVID-19 is expected to have a significant but temporary effect on the economic outlook. Within this, the government will increase funding for its number one spending priority: the NHS. ↩, ‘Measuring Intangible Capital in the Public Sector’ SPINTAN, December 2016 ↩, ↩, HMRC analysis based on Pay As You Earn Real Time Information, the ONS Inter-Departmental Business Register and Open Geography Portal. This spending will provide world-class infrastructure and public services, delivering value for money and focussing on efficient delivery. It is crucial that increased government funding leads to real-world improvements that make a difference to people’s lives. (19), The government will create an entitlement to Neonatal Leave and Pay for employees whose babies spend an extended period of time in neonatal care, providing up to 12 weeks paid leave so that parents do not have to choose between returning to work and taking care of their vulnerable newborn. The government will also take action to fight waste crime. The UK is already a leader in climate change and clean growth, having reduced emissions faster than any other G7 nation since 1990,[footnote 68] and being the first major economy to legislate for net zero greenhouse gas emissions. HMRC’s promoter strategy – On top of the legislative changes the government will introduce in Finance Bill 2020-21, HMRC will publish a new ambitious strategy for tackling the promoters of tax avoidance schemes. ↩, ‘Children, young people and digital reading’, National Literacy Trust, April 2019. As a first step, BEIS will lead the development of a digital service to provide businesses with tailored information about appropriate sources of support. Apprenticeships also provide the opportunity for people to learn valuable skills and get good jobs. VAT Agricultural Flat Rate Scheme (AFRS) – Following informal consultation with stakeholders in 2019 the government will introduce new entry and exit rules for the AFRS. For individuals, there are many among the self-employed for example who won’t be helped by the Statutory Sick Pay changes. The government is also making available £120 million to the Environment Agency to repair the assets damaged by the storms this winter. Small Brewers’ Relief (SBR) – The government will publish the results of our review into Small Brewers Relief in the spring. The strength in receipts is offset by higher spending, which is forecast to be £5.3 billion higher and is largely due to an increase in local and public corporations’ capital expenditure, an increase in company tax credits and lower than expected underspends by government departments. Fiscal Year 2020-21 Financial Report Unaudited ... and government authorities. This will allow parents of up to 500,000 school-aged children across the UK to access TFC and use it towards the cost of their wraparound childcare. Don’t worry we won’t send you spam or share your email address with anyone. The government’s financing plans for 2020-21 will be updated to reflect this at a later date. Research and innovation will reduce the costs of meeting net zero and put the UK at the forefront of the new technologies needed to decarbonise the world economy. Over 75s TV licences), Housing Benefit (except HB passported from JSA), Northern Ireland social security in welfare cap, Universal Credit (except payments to jobseekers), 1 Including linked Scottish Government block grant addition, 2 These payments are subject to firm spending control through the usual, Presented to Parliament as a return to an order of the House of Commons, Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 11 March 2020. Who is paying taxes? The Budget announces investments in the roads, railways and digital networks that will underpin growth over the coming decade, as well as the world-class hospitals, schools, colleges and police forces that people rely on every day. Government expenditures have barely hit the half way mark seven months into the fiscal year, which started April. Income tax and National Insurance exemptions for bursary payments to care leavers – The government will legislate in Finance Bill 2020 to introduce an income tax exemption for the bursary paid by the Education and Skills Funding Agency to care leavers aged 16 to 24 who start an apprenticeship. SME productivity – Industry-led initiatives have a valuable role in supporting small businesses to improve their productivity. The UK is also home to some of the world’s foremost technology-pioneering businesses, and UK research attracts significant foreign direct investment. The government manages assets worth £2 trillion alongside £4.6 trillion of liabilities on behalf of citizens. This will apply to the production and importation of plastic packaging. 3 The overall spending level in 2024-25 has been adjusted for the costs of these measures. These institutions will be used to deliver high-quality higher level technical education and to help close skills gaps in their local areas. ↩, CPIH extends CPI to include costs associated with owning, maintaining and living in one’s own home as well as council tax. Tax treatment of social security benefits in Scotland – The government will legislate in Finance Bill 2020 to clarify the income tax treatment of three new social security payments. (56), Protecting your taxes in insolvency – As announced at Budget 2018, the government will change the rules so that when a business enters insolvency, more of the taxes paid in good faith by its employees and customers and temporarily held in trust by the business go as intended to fund public services, rather than being distributed to other creditors. Any significant longer term effect, though, and a smaller economy will mean the tax and spending plans set out yesterday will lead to an even bigger deficit than currently planned in the first few years of this decade. ↩, HM Treasury calculations based on ‘Air Passenger Duty Bulletin’, HMRC, September 2019. There has been a marked increase in the forecast for borrowing since the last official forecast, even before taking into account the economic and fiscal impact of the coronavirus outbreak. The UAE has approved a zero-deficit federal budget of AED 61.35 billion for the fiscal year 2020. (55). G20 Finance Ministers last week committed to monitoring the evolution of COVID-19 including its impact on markets and economic conditions, and highlighted their readiness to take further actions to aid in the response to the virus, support the economy and maintain the resilience of the financial system. in Economy, highlights, Home, home-news, latest News. Direct Payments to farmers – Last year the government announced £2.8 billion of funding for Direct Payments to farmers for 2020. This promise has so far been rather light on details, but the ultimate goal of a ‘levelling up’ agenda would presumably be to reduce the disparities in productivity and earnings across the UK. 8 Departmental budgets in 2020-21 include amounts carried forward from 2019-20 through Budget Exchange, which will be voted at Main Estimates. SR 2020 figures account for the OBR’s assumed underspend. Generally, the fiscal year in the USA starts from Oct 1 st to SEP 30 th of the next calendar year or 365 days. These reforms will ensure that spending decisions are based on the delivery of outcomes and will put the UK at the forefront of international approaches to driving public value. Yesterday’s Budget was really two Budgets rolled into one. However, the power generated by these renewable sources is dependent on the weather, so the UK also needs reliable low carbon power from technologies such as nuclear, gas with carbon capture and storage (CCS), and hydrogen. Natural History Museum research facility – The Budget allocates £180 million capital funding for a new, state-of-the-art Collections, Research and Digitisation Centre for the Natural History Museum at Harwell Science, Technology and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire. This new facility will be a world-leading centre for natural sciences research and international collaboration and will preserve this unique research collection for future generations. [footnote 21]. In addition, the government will convene a summit looking at what further data needs to be made accessible to make it faster and easier for SMEs to shop around for credit. The 2020 budget and 2019 tax levies were adopted by the City Council on November 25, 2019. Over the next five years the public sector will invest £640 billion, as set out in Table 1.11. This measure does not create any new or additional obligations or liabilities for taxpayers. The government will set out further plans for the Fund, including at the CSR. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) – The government will establish CCS in at least two UK sites, one by the mid-2020s, a second by 2030. At the CSR, the government will assess the state of evaluation across all departmental spending programmes and require every department to produce plans to improve evaluation of its work. Public sector net debt is expected to continue to fall over the forecast, from 79.5% in 2019-20, to a low of 75.0% in 2021-22 before rising slightly to 75.2% in 2024-25. Local transport supply chain study – The CSR will set out further plans for investment in local transport spending. Fiscal Year 2021 begins on: October 1st, 2020. This will lead to more evidence-based allocation of public funding and better outcomes in the long term. The deficit has been reduced by four fifths from a post‑war peak of 10.2%[footnote 1] of GDP in 2009-10 to 1.8% of GDP in 2018-19. ↩, Rough sleeping snapshot in England: autumn 2019, Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government, February 2020. In this context, the Chancellor has announced that HM Treasury will conduct a review of the UK’s fiscal framework, to: ensure that it remains appropriate for the current macroeconomic environment, support the ambitious new policy agenda of the government to invest in and level up every part of the country, keep the United Kingdom at the leading edge of international best practice in macroeconomic policy. Only 8% of the gains from the NICs cut would accrue to the poorest fifth of working households. Budget of the United States Government: Fiscal Year 2020, Libro in Inglese di Office of Management and Budget. Fiscal Year 2020 to Date: $6,552B 2019 2020 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr Ma\ Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr Ma\ Jun Jul Aug Sep $0B $100B $200B $300B $400B $500B $600B $700B $800B $900B $1,000B $1,100B Outla\ Amount Figure 7. The City of St. Joseph’s fiscal year 2020 audit, which was presented to the City Council on Wednesday during a work session, went off without a hitch. The Budget therefore allocates an additional £304 million to enable local authorities to take immediate steps to reduce nitrogen dioxide emissions. ↩, Enhancing Housing Benefit compliance – The Budget provides further investment of up to £12 million per year in local authority resource to maximise their capacity to tackle Housing Benefit fraud and error. Initially set at £5 billion, it will fund pressures in the NHS, support local authorities to manage pressures on social care and support vulnerable people, and help deal with pressures on other public services. Finally, reports that this Budget in some way accepts what Labour were proposing at the last election are very wide of the mark. VAT Quick Fixes Directive – The government will introduce legislation to introduce simplified rules for the VAT treatment of intra-EU movements of call-off stock, allowing businesses to delay accounting for VAT until the goods are called-off. Jobseeker's Allowance and its passported Housing Benefit, Northern Ireland social security outside welfare cap, Child Benefit (including Guardian's Allowance), Transfers within government (e.g. Tax treatment of the Windrush Compensation Scheme – As announced in April 2019, the government will legislate in Finance Bill 2020 to introduce exemptions from income tax, inheritance tax and capital gains tax for payments made on or after 3 April 2019 under the Windrush Compensation Scheme. [footnote 80]. To support businesses affected by COVID-19, the government has gone further than previously announced, as detailed earlier in the chapter. Together with measures to incentivise spending on R&D, this will unlock new investment and further enhance the international competitiveness of the UK tax system. [footnote 16] The government is publishing a report alongside Budget: ‘Government as insurer of last resort’ providing more detail on the policy approach. Primary Objectives 4.2. The Economic and Fiscal Snapshot 2020 lays out the steps Canada is taking to stabilize the economy and protect the health and economic well-being of Canadians and businesses across the country. The size of an employer will be determined by the number of people they employed as of 28 February 2020, employers will be able to reclaim expenditure for any employee who has claimed SSP (according to the new eligibility criteria) as a result of COVID-19, employers should maintain records of staff absences, but should not require employees to provide a GP fit note, the eligible period for the scheme will commence from the day on which the regulations extending SSP to self-isolators come into force, while existing systems are not designed to facilitate such employer refunds for SSP, the government will work with employers over the coming months to set up a repayment mechanism for employers as soon as possible. Retail Prices Index consultation – Alongside the Budget, the government and UK Statistics Authority (UKSA) are launching a consultation, announced on 4 September 2019,[footnote 111] on UKSA’s proposal to address the shortcomings of the Retail Prices Index (RPI) measure of inflation. The government is developing the medium- to long-term priority outcomes that it is seeking to deliver for priorities such as levelling up, as well as the metrics that will be used to measure and improve performance against these outcomes. The government will establish a significant new campus in the north of England focused on economic decision making, which will include teams from HM Treasury, DIT, BEIS and MHCLG. The government is launching a new £5 million programme to create digital tools to increase efficiencies and improve administration of general grants. It defines the U.S. government's budget. This system will enable people who are advised to self-isolate to obtain a notification via NHS111 which they can use as evidence for absence from work, where necessary. These actions will boost national growth as well as addressing economic and social disparities and restoring the fabric of our towns and cities. [footnote 115] The government is publishing a report alongside Budget: ‘Government as insurer of last resort’ providing more detail on the policy approach. The CSR will also set out plans to improve the use of data, science and technology across the public sector, and to ensure all programmes are supported by robust implementation and evaluation plans. ↩, ‘Economic and Fiscal Outlook’, OBR, March 2020. [footnote 89] This will help ensure that the tax system is fair and sustainable while leaving over 80% of those using the relief unaffected. 1 Consistent with Manual on Government Deficit and Debt, Eurostat, 2019. [footnote 67] The Budget is backing UK scientists and businesses to maintain and build on this international leadership. Excluding a fiscally neutral switch that means that customs duty revenues previously remitted to the EU are now recognised in both receipts and spending, receipts are lower by an average of £3.0 billion a year from 2020-21 onwards. Delays to the UK’s departure from the EU affected the profile of economic activity throughout 2019, leading to volatility in quarterly growth over the year. The UK’s commitment to protecting the natural environment extends beyond Great Britain and Northern Ireland and into the UK Overseas Territories. Regional exports and investment – DIT will drive investment into and end-to-end support for exporters from the Northern Powerhouse, the Midlands Engine and the Western Gateway through dedicated local champions based at key overseas posts. [footnote 75]. The government supports this activity, in part, by offering low cost loans through the Public Works Loan Board (PWLB). This includes expanded Business Rates reliefs, a Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme to support up to a further £1 billion lending to SMEs, a £2.2 billion grant scheme for small businesses, and a dedicated helpline for those who need a deferral period on their tax liabilities. For those whose condition is unlikely to change, the Budget sets a minimum award review length of 18 months. The Budget announces the Nature for Climate Fund which will invest £640 million in tree planting and peatland restoration in England, increasing the rate of tree planting by over 600%[footnote 72] and covering an area greater than Birmingham over the next five years. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. ↩, HM Treasury analysis, see ‘Budget 2020 data sources’. Details on the implementation of this power will be set out in due course. The Life Sciences Investment Programme will provide the British Business Bank with additional resources to make up to £200 million in equity commitments to support the UK’s most innovative health and life sciences firms over the next five years. Where Budget measures do not apply across all nations, the devolved administrations will receive significant additional funding through the Barnett formula to invest further in public services, infrastructure and other priorities: the Scottish Government’s block grant will increase by over £640 million through to 2020-21 before adjustments for tax devolution, the Welsh Government’s block grant will increase by over £360 million through to 2020-21 before adjustments for tax devolution, this includes a 5% uplift in Barnett consequentials agreed as part of the Welsh Government’s fiscal framework in 2016, the Northern Ireland Executive’s block grant will increase by over £210 million through to 2020-21. According to data from the Treasury Department, total government spending in fiscal 2020 reached $6.1 trillion by Aug. 31. The Budget announces that BEIS is launching the Reforming Regulation Initiative. Furthermore, as the UK’s economics and finance ministry HM Treasury will establish representation in all the nations of the UK, building on its existing presence in Scotland with new positions based in Northern Ireland and Wales for the first time. Business Rates Reliefs – The government has already announced the Business Rates retail discount will be increased to 50% in 2020-21. The special rate WDA of 6% will apply to higher polluting cars with emissions above 50g/km. Revenues year-to-date are $5.4 million, reflecting accrued interest on the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) loan. It clarifies the legislation to ensure the rules work as designed and intended. The government also believes in the benefits of participating in the arts and the essential role it plays in all children’s education. Increasing National Insurance thresholds – The Budget confirms the government’s commitment to increase the thresholds at which employees and the self-employed start paying National Insurance contributions (NICs) to £9,500 from April 2020. Funding for diagnostic testing – The government will increase the capacity and capability of diagnostic testing and surveillance facilitated by Public Health England to support the NHS, by providing an additional £10 million of new funding to DHSC. In accordance with the Charter for Budget Responsibility, as is mandated for the first fiscal event of the Parliament, the OBR has formally assessed spending against the welfare cap in its ‘Economic and fiscal outlook’. Junior ISA and Child Trust Fund annual subscription limit – The annual subscription limit for Junior ISAs and Child Trust Funds will be increased from £4,368 to £9,000. The new equipment will improve the quality of screening and speed of diagnosis for illnesses such as cancer. Of this amount, $208,282,537 was collected in civil actions, including $77,933,472 in restitution for crime victims, and $27,194,175 was collected in criminal actions. (13). Investment in broadband has had significant benefits to the UK economy. The government will work closely with the devolved administrations on this agenda, especially where it is possible to achieve better outcomes in partnership with Cardiff Bay, Holyrood and Stormont. As the UK prepares to host this year’s COP26 UN climate summit, the Budget announces a range of policies to reduce emissions, ensure our environment is protected and resilient to climate change, and generate green economic opportunities across the nations and regions of the UK. Alcohol duty rates – Duty rates on beer, spirits, wine and cider will be frozen. In advance of this, the Budget confirms up to £387 million in 2021-22 to provide certainty for local areas that they will be able to continue with existing priority Local Growth Fund projects that require funding beyond this year. This forum will be made up of the Bank of England, Prudential Regulation Authority, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Payment Systems Regulator and Competition and Markets Authority, with HM Treasury as an observer member. The most significant changes to the forecast since restated March 2019 are the decisions taken by the government in the Budget and described in Chapter 2, which increase borrowing across the forecast. (44), VED: Motorhomes – From 12 March 2020, the government will reduce annual VED liabilities for most new motorhomes to a flat rate of £265, which will rise to £270 for 2020-21, as motorhome manufacturers and dealers will not be required to provide a CO2 emissions figure when registering new motorhomes with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. This amount reflects an increase of nearly 2% compared to the AED 60.29 billion budget of the fiscal year 2019, thus making the 2020 federal budget the largest since the establishment of the country. According to Environment Agency modelling, this will reduce national flood risk by up to 11% by 2027. As part of this, the government is also providing up to £500,000 to support Bradford in its regeneration and development plans to increase the benefits of potential Northern Powerhouse Rail connections. Produced in association with Citi and ICAEW and with funding from the Nuffield Foundation. ↩, ‘Transport Statistics Great Britain 2019’, Department for Transport, December 2019. Intra-city transport settlements – The government is investing £4.2 billion in the transport networks of eight city regions across England from 2022-23. The Budget sets out an ambitious package of investment to build the high quality and affordable homes the country needs. Over the same period, real total pay growth was 1.4% and real regular pay growth was 1.8%. VAT Partial Exemption – Following the recent call for evidence on the simplification of the VAT rules on Partial Exemption and the Capital Goods Scheme,[footnote 100] the government will continue to engage with stakeholders in relation to their responses and will publish a response in due course. Source: Office for Budget Responsibility. In the 2019-2020 fiscal year, 54 ministerial approvals were granted for the sale of Government-owned lands valued at almost $495 million, while … Furthermore, the Budget confirms the development of 15 local road upgrades across the country, helping to reduce congestion, improve journey times and unlock housing and employment opportunities in England. Community 5.3.3. Moreover, given the fast-developing situation, the government will continue to adapt its policy to best respond to the latest circumstances. [footnote 30] The three-year settlement will also allow the government to raise starting salaries for teachers to £30,000 by September 2022. The Budget also announces that the government will freeze duty rates on beer, spirits, wine and cider, meaning that a pint of beer is 1p cheaper than it would have been if it had risen with inflation. The minimum wage is already at its highest ever level in real terms. In fiscal 2020, which ended last month, the U.S. amassed a record $3.1 trillion budget shortfall. Net zero policy development – The government is allocating an additional £10 million in 2020-21 to support the design and delivery of net zero policies and programmes. VAT on financial services – The government will set up an industry working group to review how financial services are treated for VAT purposes. As a result, the government will spend £1.5 billion in 2020-21 on filling in potholes and resurfacing roads. This landmark investment is the largest and fastest ever expansion in support of researchers and innovative businesses, taking direct support for R&D to 0.8% of GDP and placing the UK among the top quarter of OECD nations – ahead of the USA, Japan, France and China. This includes continuing to ensure our health services have the resources they need to respond. Compared to 2018-19, NHS England will receive a cash increase of £34 billion a year by 2024. Following the review of Air Passenger Duty (APD) that has been undertaken by HM Treasury, the government will consider the case for changing the APD treatment of domestic flights, such as reintroducing a return leg exemption, and for increasing the number of international distance bands. Alongside this the government is providing up to £500,000 to support Bradford to develop plans that would maximise the benefits of potential Northern Powerhouse Rail connections. 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