Budget 2014

March 20th, 2014

gill-molloy

With an economy that is growing faster than the OBR had originally forecast, unemployment down and reductions in the UK headline and structural deficits,  at last, 5 years into his reign, the Chancellor had the chance to offer up a rewarding Budget and perhaps secure the votes of pensioners and savers alike.

As with any Budget, there were winners and losers and I have highlighted below some of the areas that are most likely to affect you, your family and your business:

More in depth details can be found by downloading one of our PDF booklets here: 

Budget 2014 Blackpool

Budget 2014 Chester

Budget 2014 Preston

Budget 2014 Manchester

Budget 2014 Southport

There have been quite a lot of changes announced and we are sure that more comprehensive detail will emerge as the Finance Bill moves through Parliament over the next couple of months.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me on 0161 703 2500 or by e-mail: gill.molloy@championgroup.co.uk.

 


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