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Budget & Autumn Statements
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Spring Budget 2017 Summary
On Wednesday 8th March, Philip Hammond presented the Spring Budget 2017, his second major fiscal announcement since becoming Chancellor. Click the link above to find out how the Spring Budget is likely to affect you, your business and the region.
Autumn Statement 2016
On Wednesday 23 November, Philip Hammond presented his first (and last) Autumn Statement since becoming Chancellor in July. Click the link above to find out how this year’s Autumn Statement is likely to affect you, your business and the region.
Our Tax Director Steve Maggs commented on the Budget 2016 by saying “it was a Budget with some significant surprise announcements and big changes that nobody had anticipated or envisaged. In my Budget 2016 Tax Blog I highlight the Corporation Tax and Capital Gains Tax changes as well as other measures including Stamp Duty Land Tax, Income Tax changes and much more.”
Tax Rates 2016-17
Autumn Statement 2015
On Wednesday 25 November 2015 George Osborne presented the first Autumn Statement of this Parliament. So what exactly did the Chancellor say and, more importantly, what did it actually mean?
The Second Budget 2015
No Chancellor can resist including a few surprises in his Budget, and George Osborne did himself proud, with major changes to the taxation on landlords and of dividend payments from limited companies.
Our summary covers these and other important announcements.
Tax Rates 2015-16 Updated
This has been updated for the changes to the AIA announced in the Chancellor’s speech on 8 July 2015.
The Budget 2015 is likely to affect you, your family and your business. To help you decipher what was announced, find our latest Budget 2015 commentary and updates here.
Tax Rates 2015-16
Autumn Statement 2014
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