government fiscal year 2020

The Budget announces that BEIS is launching the Reforming Regulation Initiative. Total Managed Expenditure (TME) is expected to be around £928 billion in 2020-2021. The government recognises that people will be concerned about the impact COVID-19 could have on their lives, and some businesses will be concerned about reduced demand, potential disruptions to supply chains and export markets, and to their workforce during this temporary period. This will be judged alongside consideration of the extent to which active fiscal policy can provide timely and effective demand management, and the implications for wider policy objectives and fiscal sustainability. The Budget announces a CCS Infrastructure Fund to establish CCS in at least two UK sites, one by the mid-2020s, a second by 2030. In order to ensure government programmes deliver for the public, it is crucial that spending decisions are based on robust evidence and evaluation of their impact. To support pubs in response to COVID-19 the discount will be increased to £5,000. In total, this programme involves at least 40 hospital building projects. Who is paying taxes? This is partly offset by the effect of higher borrowing, interest rates and inflation which increase debt interest and welfare spending. The Budget goes further, providing £1.5 billion over 5 years (£1.8 billion inclusive of indicative Barnett consequentials) in capital investment to ensure that all further education college estates are in good condition. The deficit has been reduced by four-fifths from a peak of 10.2% of GDP in 2009-10 to 1.8% of GDP in 2018-19. Source: IFS calculations using HM Treasury Spending Review (various), HM Treasury Budget 2020 and OBR’s March 2020 Economic and Fiscal Outlook. Future profiles and total programme costs for some specific programmes are detailed elsewhere in the document. With less than 1% of the world’s population, the UK hosts 4 of the world’s 20 best universities,[footnote 61] has produced up to 14% of the world’s most impactful research[footnote 62] and has the second highest number of Nobel Laureates of any nation. This will include advice on implementing a pro-competitive code of conduct for digital platforms with strategic market power. 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. UK Export Finance (UKEF) Direct Lending Facility – UKEF offer loans to buyers of UK goods and services, particularly in emerging markets, to encourage them to buy from the UK. The Budget commits to a new, ambitious target for the NLW to reach two-thirds of median earnings and extending this to workers aged 21 and over by 2024, provided economic conditions allow. Later in the spring the government will publish a landmark National Infrastructure Strategy which will set out plans for a once in a generation transformation of the UK’s economic infrastructure. Here a crucial point related to the US Fiscal year, i.e., Prior to 1976, the fiscal year started from July 1 and ended on Jun 30 of the next calendar year. The government has started this engagement at Budget by launching a process for individuals and organisations to submit written CSR representations to HM Treasury. Domestic abuse courts – The government will provide an additional £5 million to begin a trial of integrated domestic abuse courts in England and Wales. The government will consult on whether the entitlement to use red diesel and rebated biofuels is justified for any other users, for example there is a strong case for continued use by ferries carrying paid passengers on the UK’s rivers and inland waterways, or public entertainment. The change will take effect from 1 April 2020 for corporation tax and 6 April 2020 for income tax. Source: Office for Budget Responsibility. Digital currencies discussion paper – The government looks forward to the publication of the Bank of England’s discussion paper on a possible UK central bank digital currency (CBDC). This was driven by a widening of both the trade and income deficits. The Budget will provide funding for a digital waste tracking system to provide better data on waste transport, as well as £2 million to improve evidence on where fly-tipping happens and the best ways to deter it. Underlying receipts are forecast to be £4.9 billion higher, driven by a combination of stronger National Insurance contributions (NICs), capital gains tax and onshore corporation tax receipts. Domestic violence prevention – The government is providing £10 million in 2020-21 for innovative new approaches to preventing domestic abuse, working with Police and Crime Commissioners to expand projects like the “Drive” prevention programme. The Budget announces a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Infrastructure Fund to establish CCS in at least two UK sites, one by the mid-2020s, a second by 2030. This significant increase in spending means that by 2024-25, public sector net investment will be triple the average investment over the last 40 years in real terms, as shown in Chart 1.9. [footnote 20] Spending Round 2019 funded vital public services: high‑quality, readily accessible healthcare; schools and colleges that ensure every child receives a superb education; and action to cut crime and help keep our streets safe. The UK has excellent universities in every region and nation that attract business investment, deepen the skills and knowledge of the population, and drive economic growth. A low average level of productivity – as well as significant variation between and within regions – are signs of untapped economic potential. The UK economy has many strengths. Public sector net debt ex Bank of England is broadly stable across the forecast. But if the aim is to tackle in-work poverty, they are not particularly well targeted. The Budget will support and encourage this by increasing the rate of Research & Development Expenditure Credit from 12% to 13%. Alongside the Budget, the government and the UK Statistics Authority (UKSA) are launching a consultation, announced on 4 September 2019, on UKSA’s proposal to address the shortcomings of the RPI measure of inflation. Western Gateway Independent Economic Review – The government will support the Western Gateway, a strategic economic partnership across south Wales and the west of England, to oversee an independent economic review to identify long-term economic opportunities and challenges for the region. 4 weeks ago. In the Budget, the Chancellor reaffirms the symmetric inflation target of 2% for the 12-month increase in the CPI measure of inflation. To target spending from this fund effectively, the Office for Low Emission Vehicles will complete a comprehensive electric vehicle charging infrastructure review. However, underlying debt interest expenditure has been revised down by £7.4 billion on average from 2020-21 onwards. This reduction will only affect individuals with total income (including pension accrual) over £300,000. The Budget announces a review of the UK fintech sector led by Ron Kalifa OBE to support growth and competitiveness in the sector. This measure will apply prospectively and retrospectively to put beyond doubt that the rules work as designed and intended. Table A.2 sets out the illustrative gross financing requirement for each financial year from 2021-22 to 2024-25, using the OBR March 2020 forecast for CGNCR (ex NRAM, B&B and NR) and taking into account current planned gilt redemptions. [footnote 10] The Chancellor also confirms that the Asset Purchase Facility (APF) will remain in place for the financial year 2020-21. Since 2010, the government has restored the public finances to health after inheriting debt that had nearly doubled in two years. Total funding available in fiscal year 2020: $90,000,000 Nonprofit Security Grant Program - UASI (NSGP-U) - $50,000,000 Nonprofit Security Grant Program - State (NSGP-S) - $40,000,000 The application period for FY 2020 funding closesd on April 15, 2020. Outside of health and a few other protected areas it looks like little will be available to increase spending. Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) call for evidence – The government will shortly publish a summary of responses to the recent call for evidence on the operation of IPT,[footnote 107] along with information on a forthcoming consultation setting out the next stage in reforming how IPT operates. The financing plans of the DMO include an initially unallocated portion of issuance through which gilts of any maturity or type may be issued, subject to prior notification. VAT Postponed Accounting – From 1 January 2021 postponed accounting for VAT will apply to all imports of goods, including from the EU. To address this issue, the government has committed to a new £2.5 billion (£3 billion inclusive of indicative Barnett consequentials) National Skills Fund to improve the technical skills of adults across the country. Life Sciences Investment Programme – The Budget provides the British Business Bank with £200 million for a new dedicated equity investment programme that, invested alongside private sector capital, is expected to enable £600 million of investment to support the UK’s best health and life science innovations. Funding will be realigned to match domestic priorities, not the EU’s, with a focus on investing in people. 1 Equivalent to lines from Table 3.34 of the. HM Treasury, alongside DIT, BEIS and MHCLG, will establish a new economic decision-making policy campus of over 750 roles in the north of England. To view this licence, visit or write to the Information Policy Team, The National Archives, Kew, London TW9 4DU, or email: This will deliver a range of schemes by 2022-23, including: £79 million for Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole, including four new cycle freeways and new bus priority infrastructure, £161 million for Derby & Nottingham, including over £25 million for bus rapid transit in Derby and over £10 million for a new cycle route between Nottingham, Derby and East Midlands Airport, £33 million for Leicester, including £8 million for the development of a sustainable transport corridor from St Margaret’s to Birstall, £198 million for the North East, including £95 million for frequency and reliability improvements across the Tyne and Wear Metro system and to complement the government’s recent £337 million investment in new rolling stock, £51 million for Plymouth, including £36 million for an iconic new Central Park cycling and walking bridge, £40 million for Preston City Region, including £25 million for a new station at Cottam Parkway on the Preston-Blackpool line, £166 million for Sheffield City Region, including a new Bus Rapid Transit link in Barnsley and a new tram stop on the Tram-Train line to Rotherham at Magna, £57 million for Southampton, including new Rapid Bus links, £317 million for West Yorkshire, including £39.9 million for Halifax delivering a new bus station, improved rail station and other improvements to complement the revitalisation of the town centre and £30 million for active and sustainable travel across Bradford, a further £117 million for Portsmouth City Region, Norwich and Stoke-on-Trent subject to further business case approval, which could fund a range of projects, including a multi-modal transport hub at Stoke-on-Trent station. The government will tackle air pollution by providing £304 million to help local authorities reduce nitrogen dioxide emissions and improve air quality. Future of Public Works Loan Board lending terms – The government will consult on revising the terms of PWLB lending to ensure that local authorities can continue to invest in housing, infrastructure and frontline services. The Budget also announces additional housing investments in York Central, Harlow and North Warwickshire totalling £328 million. FY 2020 is the budget for October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020. The government will provide £200 million over the next six years for a place-based resilience programme. The government is also supporting our ports, which are major hubs for trade, innovation and commerce – it has launched a consultation on creating up to 10 new Freeports that will work for all of the UK. From 1 January 2021, the tampon tax will be abolished through the application of a zero rate of VAT on women’s sanitary products. (57), Domestic reverse charge for building and construction services – As announced in September 2019,[footnote 102] the implementation of the VAT domestic reverse charge for building and construction services, which prevents losses through so-called ‘missing trader’ fraud, will be delayed until 1 October 2020. The first risk is that with a debt stock more than twice what it was pre crisis, with shorter maturities and a financing requirement much higher as a share of GDP than it was prior to the financial crisis, we are more vulnerable to changes in interest rates, inflation and growth. This target reflects NS&I’s requirement to balance the interests of its savers, the taxpayer, and the wider financial services sector. According to Environment Agency modelling, this will reduce national flood risk by up to 11% by 2027. Calculated from the annex of author and expert reviewers in the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report. To inform these plans, the Infrastructure and Projects Authority will lead a study, working with departments, into supply chain capacity, to assess how industry can best deliver the government’s ambition. As a first step, the government will open discussions with Greater Manchester, Liverpool City Region and West Midlands in the coming months. The government is delivering on its commitments to provide a clear route to work and support the most vulnerable through the welfare system. Local authorities will be fully compensated for the loss of income as a result of these business rates measures. 3 Includes transfer costs of non-produced assets. The Budget announces changes across tax, welfare and public spending that apply across the whole of the UK and so will directly benefit people and businesses in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This will ensure industry continues to meet the changing needs of cash users. To inform these plans, the Infrastructure and Projects Authority will, working with departments, lead a study into supply chain capacity in order to assess how industry can best deliver the government’s ambitious plans. National Security Strategic Investment Fund (NSSIF) – The government will provide an additional £50 million to the NSSIF. Freezing the maximum fee cap – As announced in July 2019, the government has frozen the maximum fee cap in England for the 2020-21 academic year at £9,250 for regular full-time undergraduate courses and at £11,100 for accelerated degree courses. 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. The UK is one of the best places in the world to do business and the most attractive country for inward investment in Europe. Tapered annual allowance for pensions – The pensions annual allowance is the maximum amount of tax-relieved pension savings that can be accrued in a year. To ensure that children get an active start in life, the government will bring forward an updated School Sport and Activity Action Plan following the Comprehensive Spending Review. The OBR closed its forecast before the spread of COVID-19 in the UK, noting that this means “the precise forecasts for the economy … can no longer be regarded as central.”[footnote 3] As an open economy, the UK will be affected because of the wider impacts the outbreak is having on the global economy. Meeting the UK’s net zero commitment will require emissions reductions across all modes of transport. The OBR’s ‘Economic and Fiscal Outlook’ shows that the government is forecast to meet the fiscal rules set out above in section 1.12. Presented is GAO's Performance and Accountability Report for fiscal year 2020. The government has already made significant progress in reducing carbon emissions from electricity generation, driven by the switch from coal to gas and the growth in renewable energy. Government expenditures have barely hit the half way mark seven months into the fiscal year, which started April. 2 Output gap measured as a percentage of potential. The OBR’s estimate of the impact on global growth, based on the spread of the virus being relatively limited, reduces UK GDP growth by 0.1 percentage points this year. The review will consider whether some well-evidenced spending, beyond what the current international frameworks class as capital investment, is currently disincentivised. 1 The debt interest to revenue ratio is defined as public sector net interest paid (gross interest paid less interest received) as a proportion of non-interest receipts. Clarifying the treatment of Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) returns – The government will legislate prospectively and retrospectively in Finance Bill 2020 to put beyond doubt that LLPs should be treated as general partnerships under income tax rules. In the spirit of the Government Performance and Results Act, this annual report informs the Congress and the American people about what we have achieved on their behalf. (8). Source: IFS calculations using OBR public finances databank. Midlands Rail Hub – The government is investing £20 million to develop the Midlands Rail Hub, progressing plans for a major programme of improvements to rail services between the region’s cities. These tailored arrangements will give a business the time it needs to pay HMRC to support their recovery while operating through any temporary financial challenges that occur. 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. Day-to-day departmental spending is set to grow at the fastest rate over a spending review period since Spending Review 2004. This would be £3.5 billion lower than implied by the OBR’s restated March 2019 forecast. The Budget takes further steps to enhance this support for trade and investment. 6 Safer Streets Fund: There is a total of £25m in this Fund, of which £10m is funded from the Home Office settlement. To encourage more environmentally-friendly ways of heating homes and other buildings, the government will also introduce a Green Gas Levy to help fund the use of greener fuels, increase the Climate Change Levy that businesses pay on gas, and reopen and extend the Climate Change Agreement scheme by two years. (34). “He will find that seriously constraining”, Paul Johnson writes in the Financial Times. (53), VED: Zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) – From 1 April 2020, the government will exempt all ZEVs registered until 31 March 2025 from the VED ‘expensive car’ supplement. FY 2020 is started from Oct 1st, 2019 to Sep 30th, 2020; FY 2019 is started from Oct 1 st, 2018 to Sep 30 th, 2019; FY 2018 is started from Oct 1 st, 2017 to Sep 30 th, 2018; Generally, the fiscal year for the companies also the same. VAT on e-publications – The Government will introduce legislation to apply a zero rate of VAT to e-publications from 1 December 2020, to make it clear that e-books, e-newspapers, e-magazines and academic e-journals are entitled to the same VAT treatment as their physical counterparts. The Budget contains an additional £5 million for the Youth Endowment Fund to support the creation of a Centre of Excellence for Tackling Youth Violence. UK Intelligence Community infrastructure – The government has provided the UK Intelligence Community with £67 million additional funding to build on their world-leading technological capabilities so that they can continue to help keep the country safe from harm. In the interim years, progress towards the cap will be managed internally, based on monitoring by HM Treasury and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) of the OBR’s welfare spending forecasts. This will support world-leading organisations such as the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, the Royal College of Art and the Institute of Cancer Research among others. This brings the total amount that government has provided to affected local authorities to £880 million, meeting the government’s obligations to all affected local authorities. Support for those ineligible for SSP – The government recognises that self-employed people and employees below the Lower Earnings Limit are not entitled to SSP. Revenues for fiscal 2020 were $43.0 million, an increase of 16% from $37.0 million in fiscal 2019. 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A summary of the fiscal impact of the Budget policy decisions is set out in Table 1. (49). Digital Trade Network – The Budget announces £8 million for DIT and DCMS to pilot a Digital Trade Network in the Asia Pacific region, helping innovative UK companies to access opportunities in key markets. 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. The government has already committed £91 million to the international response. While it will be for elected Mayors to put forward ambitious plans, the government would welcome the opportunity to support a range of schemes, such as the renewal of the Sheffield Supertram, the development of a modern, low-carbon metro network for West Yorkshire and tram-train pilots in Greater Manchester. 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