The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, presented his first Spring Budget on 8 March 2017. This was a budget intended to convey the message that the economy and the key British Institutions of the NHS and education were safe with this government, in fact there was very little in the speech on tax policy. Not only that, there was considerably less than normal in the accompanying documentation.
Arguably the scarcity of new tax policy announcements is heralding the transition to the new budget timetable starting in November, and it does give taxpayers a bit of respite, with no major new announcements to cope with in the forthcoming year.
As part of Tolley's commitment to helping accountants get to grips and stay up-to-date in a quick and efficient way our expert tax writers, editors and technical teams have produced several key resources that will provide you with free in-depth analysis, practical guidance and commentary on the Budget.
Once you register, as well as receiving a summary of the latest news on the Budget following The Chancellors statement, you'll also receive detailed overviews containing analysis and guidance on what the changes mean to you and your client in each of these areas of taxation:
- Personal Tax
- Owner-Managed Businesses
- VAT and other indirect taxes
- IHT, Trusts & Estates
- Corporate Tax
- Employment Taxes
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