The Budget Tax Table is back – again, as the new chancellor (Jeremy Hunt, in case you’ve lost count) announced tax-U-turns.

At this rate, FTAdviser is going to have to change our tax table from a rectangular shape to a circular one, so you can print it, cut it out and stick it to the wall with a split pin and an arrow like Wheel of Fortune.

As Hunt said in his statement earlier today: “The government has today decided to make further changes to the mini Budget.

“Firstly, we will reverse almost all the tax measures announced in the Growth Plan three weeks ago that have not started Parliamentary legislation.”

Who knows where the arrow will stop on Halloween when the next spin happens? Spare a thought for people who work in payroll.

In any case we hope this summary proves helpful – at least until October 31.

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