The Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his Budget on 11 March. Find out what the announcements will mean for individuals, employers and businesses.
EY ITEM Club
EY ITEM Club Budget Preview: What can we expect from the Chancellor in the forthcoming Budget? Despite a significant fall in the UK deficit, he is unlikely to have much room to deliver significant tax cuts or spending increases unless he loosens the fiscal rules set out in the Conservative Party’s manifesto, says EY ITEM Club. Read the full report.
Podcast: Mark Gregory, EY’s UK Chief Economist, gives his view on the difficult task faced by the Chancellor and what we can expect from the Budget:
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11 March 2020
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5 March 2020 The Telegraph | How the Budget could boost Britain’s chronic skills deficit
4 March 2020 The Telegraph | Inheritance tax loophole for Isa savers could be abolished under Treasury plans
4 March 2020 The Times | Small firms and vulnerable staff get most help to avoid financial disaster
26 February 2020 The Evening Standard | What will be in Rishi Sunak’s red box?