Impact of the Spring Budget 2024

We all knew that the Chancellor would have restricted options when considering the contents of his recent spring budget announcement on 6 March. But it seems he has the skills after all to “play tennis” with his arms tied behind his back… Would there be a combination...

March 2024 Budget – Key Announcements

With an election looming, Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, delivered his Spring Budget on 6 March 2024, billing it as a ‘Budget for growth’. As widely predicted there were further changes cuts to National Insurance, taking effect from the 2024/25 tax year. Other headline...

Autumn Statement – the main points

Unsurprisingly, there were no changes to the rates and allowances for Income Tax purposes, VAT, Corporation Tax, Inheritance Tax and Capital Gains Tax. NIC charges for employees and the self-employed were eased and the Chancellor has bowed to lobbying by UK companies...

Autumn Statement wish list

On the 22nd November, the Chancellor delivers his Autumn Statement 2023. Presumably, we should expect some give-aways as 2024 is an election year, although the real platform for potential easing of tax rates will probably be deferred until the Spring Budget 2024....