UK Budget

London in autumn

Autumn Statement 2016

We weren’t expecting too many financial planning surprises in today’s Autumn Statement – and we weren’t disappointed by the new Chancellor, Philip Hammond. Much of the focus was on infrastructure and unlike his predecessor there was no big reveal.
What we already knew about April 2016 – Tax

What we already knew about April 2016 – Tax

This article provides a reminder of the significant number of changes that have already been announced which are due to come into effect from 6 April 2016.
Pen and cards

Finance Act 2015 offers no surprises

This article highlights key information in the Finance Act 2015 which has received Royal Assent on 26th March 2015 with more detail than our Budget Day summary. All proposals mentioned in the Budget summary which have stayed the same when included in the Finance Act 2015 have not been reiterated below.
London town

UK Budget 2015

As suspected, the UK Budget had little in the way of surprises. The Chancellor made clear that ‘we are all in this together’ and it is essential that we continue to follow a clear, cautious financial strategy. The following article is a summary of the key changes relevant to our business.
Autumnal leaves

Autumn Statement 2015

Following George Osborne's announcement on 25 November 2015, the main changes to pensions and taxation.

Budget July 2015 - the devil is in the detail

On 8 July, George Osborne delivered the first Conservative Government Budget for 19 years. Many headlines had already been flagged-up in advance so there were no immediate surprises. As usual ‘the devil is in the detail’ however, in this article we look behind the headlines and provide further detail about those Budget measures of particular interest to you.

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