Nunn: decision to delay trivial benefit limit was a small win

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In the last throes of the first Finance Bill 2015, the government dropped the plans to change trivial benefits tax rules to introduce a £50 limit, which was a welcome move, says Yvette Nunn, director of Berkeley Associates, but setting a prescribed value undermines the purpose

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