Taxation (COVID-19 Resurgence Support Payments and Other Matters) Bill

About this bill

The amendments proposed by this bill in relation to the COVID-19 resurgence support payments scheme are aimed at assisting with the impacts of further COVID-19 outbreaks. This bill also sets the minimum family tax credit threshold for the 2021-22 and later tax years.

Current status

Royal Assent given 18 February 2021.
Enacted as the Taxation (COVID-19 Resurgence Support Payments and Other Matters) Act (2021/1)

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Bill type

Government bill

All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 53
Ref 8-1
Introduced 16 February 2021
First reading 16 February 2021
Second reading 16 February 2021
Committee of the whole House 16 February 2021
Third reading 16 February 2021
Royal Assent 18 February 2021
Enacted as Taxation (COVID-19 Resurgence Support Payments and Other Matters) Act (2021/1)
Divided No

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