UK Budget

UK Budget 8 March 2017
The Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his first and final spring Budget on Wednesday 8 March, against a Brexit backdrop. He has made announcements on the NHS and social care and help for businesses hit by the rates increase. There was also a National Insurance increase for the self-employed and a raft of new education commitments.

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UK Budget 16 March 2016
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UK Budget 8 July 2015
The first Conservative budget in 18 years has been delivered by the Chancellor George Osborne. ‘A BIG BUDGET FOR A COUNTRY WITH BIG AMBITIONS’.
A summary of this year’s Budget is now available on our website, click below to download.
Read the full Summer Budget Report 2015

 

UK Budget 18 March 2015
Chancellor George Osborne unveiled his final Budget before the general election, telling MPs “Britain is walking tall again”.
A summary of this Budget is now available on our website, click below to download.
UK Budget March 2015

 

UK Budget 19 March 2014
Chancellor George Osborne revealed his 2014 Budget on 19th March 2014. Budget speeches tend to be fairly uninspiring affairs. However, the background documents are usually more enlightening. To save you having to trawl through hundreds of pages of government and HMRC press releases, our summary of the main changes will quickly bring you up to speed and hopefully be a lighter read.
A summary of this year’s Budget is now available on our website, click below to download.
UK Budget 2014

 

UK Budget 20 March 2013
Chancellor George Osborne’s fourth Budget statement was delivered yesterday, 20 March 2013 against a challenging domestic and global economic backdrop.
The Budget announces the Government’s budgetary plans and this serves as a reminder to us all that we should ensure that our personal and business budgets and plans reflect the reality of our available income and necessary expenditure.
Autumn Statement
UK Budget 2013

 

UK Budget 21 March 2012
On the 21st March, George Osbourne revealed his 2012 Budget. This Budget was heralded as a Budget for economic stability, tax simplification and growth, but was set against a relatively benign economy that is endeavoring to break out of the constraints of reductions in public expenditure coupled with lower household disposable income and growing job insecurity
UK Budget 2012

 

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