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2010 June Budget - Direct Taxes, benefits and tax credits - gender impact
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Men and Women affectedAmount raised in 2014/15
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MenWomenMen payWomen pay
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000s%000s%£ million£ million£ million
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Line 12Personal allowance up £1k16,88755%13,59445%-3,710-2,055-1,655
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Line 13Basic rate limit freeze 75% 25%640480160
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Line 14Capital Gains Tax..73%..27%925676249
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Line 23DLA: reform gateway (PIP)1,60049%1,60051%1,055517538
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Line 24Lone parent conditionality4%96%30512293
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Line 25Health in pregnancy00%800100%1500150
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Line 26Sure Start maternity grant00%262100%75075
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Line 29/36Housing benefit reforms1,90040%2,90060%1,550614936
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Line 37/45Tax Credits cuts25%75%3,4008502,550
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Line 46Child Tax Credit: child element increases11%89%-1,940-213-1,727
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Line 47Child benefit freeze for three years2%98%1,285261,2592014-15 costing from Budget 2011 table 2.2
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Line 48 Basic state pension triple guarantee4,91939%7,72761%-1,530-595-935
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Line 49Pension Credit guarantee increase77537%1,29463%-650-243-407
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Line 22uprating by cpi: benefits/tax credit/ pensions)
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Public sector pensions35%35%65%65%)7,5552,5694,986
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Grand total9,1102,6366,474
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29%71%
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Comprehensive Spending Review - Benefits and tax credits - gender impact
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Men and Women affectedAmount raised in 2014/15
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MenWomenMen payWomen pay
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%%£ million£ million£ million
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Time limit ESA57%43%1,230701.1528.92014-15 costing from Budget 2012 table 2.2
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Housing Benefit - age limit increase40%60%21586.0129.02014-15 costing from Budget 2011 table 2.2
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Household Benefit cap20%80%33066.0264.02014-15 costing from Budget 2012 table 2.2
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Pension Credit Savings credit freeze max award 37%63%415153.6261.52014-15 costing from Budget 2011 table 2.2
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Council Tax Benefit reduction40%60%485194.0291.02014-15 costing from Budget 2012 table 2.2
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Child Benefit removal from higher rate taxpayers
(NOTE: see Budget 2012 line 2 for partial reversal of this measure)
6%94%2,370142.22,227.82014-15 costing from Budget 2012 table 2.2
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Working Tax Credit - freeze in basic and 30hr element46%54%1,030470.7559.32014-15 costing from Budget 2011 table 2.2
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Child Tax Credit - increase in child element11%89%-690-75.9-614.12014-15 costing from Budget 2011 table 2.2
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Working Tax Credit - childcare element 12%88%39046.8343.22014-15 costing from Budget 2011 table 2.2
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Working Tax Credit increase hours requirement for couples62%28%540334.8151.22014-15 costing from Budget 2012 table 2.2
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Public sector pension employee contribution increase35%65%1,760616.01,144.02014-15 costing from Budget 2012 table 2.2
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Grand total8,0752,7355,286
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Running total
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Gap £6389 millionCSR & June 2010 Budget Total17,1855,37111,760
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31%68%
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2011 Budget - personal tax measures - gender impact
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Men and Women affectedAmount raised in 2014/15
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MenWomenMen payWomen pay
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000s%000s%£ million£ million£ million
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Line 22Personal allowance: increase from £7,475 to £8,10557%43%-1,080-616-4642014-15 costing from Budget 2012 table 2.2
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Total-616-464
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Running total
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Gap £6540 millionCSR, June 2010 Budget & 2011 Budget Grand Total4,75611,295
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30%70%
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2011 Autumn Statement; Direct Taxes, benefits, tax credits and pay restraint - gender impact
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Men and Women affectedAmount raised in 2014/15
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MenWomenMen payWomen pay
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000s%000s%£ million£ million£ million
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Line 21Child Tax Credit: remove over indexation60011%5,20089%1,020112908
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Line 22Working Tax credit: freeze2,10050%2,20050%275138138
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Line 23Public sector pay restraint2,60036%4,60064%1,075388687
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Total6381,732
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Running total
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CSR, June 2010 Budget, 2011 Budget & 2011 Autumn Statement5,39313,028
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29%71%
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2012 Budget - personal tax measures - gender impact
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Men and Women affectedAmount raised in 2014/15
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MenWomenImpact on menImpact on women
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000s%000s%£ million£ million£ million
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Line 1Raising personal allowance12,98055%10,62045%-3,450-1,898-1,553
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Line 2Child Benefit withdrawal - set threshold at £50,000 and taper to £60,000
(NOTE: this is a revision of Spending Review announcement - see above)
2%98%-630-13-617
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Line 350p tax rate28185%5015%-100-85-15
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Line 26Age-related allowances*2,70061%1,71039%670409261
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Total-1,586-1,924
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Running total
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CSR, June 2010 Budget, 2011 Budget, 2011 Autumn Statement & 2012 Budget Total3,80711,104
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26%74%
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