Autumn Budget 2018
This Report, which was written immediately after the Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his Budget Speech, is intended to provide an overview of the latest announcements and recent measures most likely to affect you or your business.
With the UK set to leave the European Union in March 2019, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced an early Autumn Budget, in a bid to avoid a clash with the final stages of Brexit negotiations.
Throughout this guide we have included tips and ideas to assist you with effective tax and financial planning. We can help to ensure that your financial plans remain effective, even as your personal and business circumstances change. We will work alongside you to help you achieve a rewarding and financially secure future.
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The 2019/20 Tax Calendar details many of the important dates and deadlines for the coming tax year.
Do contact us as soon as possible to discuss any action you may be considering, and to review your long-term plans. We always welcome the opportunity to help.
Please note: while most taxation changes take effect from the start of the new financial year, or tax year, some may not take effect until 2020, or later. Where relevant, details of these changes have been included in this Report.
Introduction and highlights
Business tax and investment incentives
National insurance contributions (NICs)
National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage
Tax and travel
Income tax and personal savings
Value Added Tax (VAT)
What they said
Making Tax Digital
2019/20 Tax Calendar
Check the link below to see our Autumn Budget 2018 newsletter in PDF format