Autumn Budget, our reaction

November 22nd, 2017

Phillip Hammond set out his first Budget as Chancellor with the declaration that he was preparing the UK for a ‘new relationship with the European Union (EU) and a new Future outside of the EU’.

He took the opportunity, as many of his predecessors have, to take swipes at the opposition but jokes about Jeremey Clarkson and cough sweets aside, the Budget was filled with big proposals backed up with little detail and few notable changes.

The Budget made some big promises and time will tell if it can deliver. Here’s our run down of the key announcements that are likely to affect you:

Objectives

The Chancellor set out the government’s intended actions to:

Income Tax

CGT

VAT

Duties

SDLT

Corporation tax

Tax administration

General

For full details on how the Budget will affect you, download our Budget Summary report at bit.ly/championbudget


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