Updated: Updated table.
These statistics form part of a series on capital gains tax.
Updated: This list has been updated to cover the years 2016 to 2017, and 2017 to 2018.
These statistics are part of a collection of statistics relating to tax relief statistics.
This table lists reliefs for which there is insufficient data available on which to base any reasonable estimate. In some cases, the costs of reliefs cannot be reliably estimated because there is insufficient available information and the cost of collecting the necessary data or the burden imposed on taxpayers would be disproportionate.
Updated: The tables have been updated with the latest available estimates for tax reliefs.
Only estimates of tax reliefs costing less than £50 million in both years are included in this publication. Reliefs with higher costs, where they can be estimated, are given in the table Estimated costs of the principal tax reliefs.
These figures fall outside the scope of National Statistics.
Updated: The tables have been updated to include the latest available estimates for reliefs.
These statistics are part of the collection “Tax relief statistics”.
For some of the main tax reliefs, this table provides estimates of the revenue costs (£50 million or above) for the five years 2013-14 to 2017-18. These estimates are based on information available in November 2017. The figures for 2017-18 are in all cases forecasts from previous years’ actual data.
Updated: The table and bulletin have been updated in line with the Budget 2017 data.
This table is a ‘ready reckoner’ showing estimates of the effects of various illustrative tax changes on tax receipts in 2018 to 2019 through to 2020 to 2021. Estimates are measured from the relevant standard indexed base, meaning they show the impacts of the various illustrative changes on top of what is already assumed in the indexed baseline (generally revalorisation plus any announced pre-commitments).
Updated: The list has been updated.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) maintains a record of all of those who have pre-release access to National Statistics. The persons listed are given pre-release access for the periods shown to enable the preparation of a ministerial briefing.