Budget 2020: All the news

11 Mar 2020
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Adam Holden

EY UK&I Media Relations Senior Manager

Passionate media relations and public relations professional helping to provide insight and clarity to complex business issues. Husband and father to twin boys, and a golden retriever.

11 Mar 2020
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The Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his Budget on 11 March. Find out what the announcements will mean for individuals, employers and businesses.

11 March 2020

Northern Ireland EY partners comment on Budget 2020

Business investment likely to remain subdued for the immediate future

Plastics Packaging Tax – taking a step forward to reality

Chancellor delivers on manifesto promise of NIC threshold increase

Chancellor ploughs on with reform of off payroll working – IR35

Further modernisation and simplification of the UK’s intangible assets regime

Boost for pubs and alcohol duty freeze: I’ll be in the Two Chairmen …

Tax relief crucial to economic viability of carbon reduction projects

Changes to business rates bring a mix of generosity and disappointment

Chancellor has delivered a further confidence boost to the construction sector

EY ITEM Club view on Chancellor’s Budget announcement 

More policies required to drive electric vehicle adoption

An Emergency Budget?

Business rates review welcome but housing crisis appears to have moved down agenda

Challenges remain for fibre rollout plans

Increased stamp duty land tax for non-residents could have an unexpected impact on mobile workers and global entrepreneurs

Digital Services Tax: Chancellor gets it done

Long-term strategy still needed to boost investment in manufacturing

UK’s dragon’s den culture takes a hit as Chancellor announces reform to Entrepreneur’s Relief

Corporate Tax cut gets no reprieve

Oil and gas industry held steady by new Chancellor

8 March 2020
Chancellor has limited room to manoeuvre unless he loosens fiscal policy says EY ITEM Club

6 March 2020
Chancellor gets two bites of the Budget cherry in 2020

14 February 2020
EY adds two key appointments to its business rates team

13 December 2019
Chris Sanger, EY’s Head of Tax Policy, comments on the Chancellor’s Spring Budget and what the General Election result means for UK tax

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Summary

Read the latest analysis of the Chancellor’s first Budget.