The Budget

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2020 Budget

Brian Jukes’ Budget 2020

Martin Gibbs’ Budget 2020

Budget Report

Tax Card

Tax Rates Guide

Spring Statement March 2019

No a lot to say, with BREXIT in the background

The Autumn 2018 Budget

The October 2018 Budget remains overwhelmingly the Pre-Brexit Budget

With huge uncertainty and a great deal of water to pass under the bridge before Brexit on 29 March, The Chancellor has already said that in the event of a No Deal Brexit, there will have to be a second Budget.

Also, No 10 says this is the Budget to end austerity “irrespective of a deal” on Brexit. However, Mr Hammond is under pressure to spell out where the money for these promises is coming from and what ending austerity will mean in practice.

Dafferns Review of the Autumn 2018 Budget

The 2018 Spring Statement

Autumn 2017 - There may be trouble ahead

The first of the new style Autumn Budgets, replacing the previous Autumn Statement and Spring Budget.

The first Budget from the beleaguered Conservative government following their narrow summer 2017 Election victory in July, fast on the heels of the first interest rate rise in a decade and the backdrop of  troubled BREXIT negotiations.

A clear vision is needed, but it is a difficult balancing act…. and the Government may struggle to get the Budget passed by Parliament

Dafferns Review of the Autumn 2017 Budget

The March 2017 Budget - before the election

Philip Hammond delivered his first Budget, the first of two in 2017. Set against a backdrop of a stabilising economy, but still needing to cut costs, the opposition seemingly in disarray and challenging and potentially expensive Brexit negotiations looming large on the horizon.

2016 Budget and Autumn Statement

2016 was a tumultuous year, with the BREXIT vote in June, rapidly followed by a new Prime Minister in Teresa May and new  Chancellor Philip Hammond’s 2016 Autumn Statement


More news on Digital Tax Accounts, the new dividend tax, changes in tax relief on pension contributions, further spending cut backs...... what does The Chancellor have in store for us on 16 March....

Dafferns review of the Summer 2015 Budget

2015 was year of two Budgets, the first in March before the Election and the second in June from the new Conservative Government

Our review of the March 2015 Budget

The pre election scenario, laying the ground rules, but with coalition partners at appease and an the Election looming