A concise and authoritative guide
The Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his 2013 Budget on 20th March.
With the size of the UK budget deficit higher than expected, ongoing inflation and bank interest remaining at an all time low, it was not expected to be a budget of "giveaways". So after weeks of rampant rumours and speculation, what exactly did George Osborne have to say? And more importantly, what does it all mean and how will it affect you?
Download a summary of this year's Budget here...
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Evaluate the key changes that may affect you
Budget Announcements contain many fundamental taxation changes which will affect your business and personal life for years to come. Written in plain English, we have broken the summary down into the main areas of taxation, including business and corporate, employment, personal and capital. We have also included informative comments on the more important changes, and assess the likely effect the proposed may have on you personally and their significance.
The summary provides an invaluable update for you and will help you get to grips with the changes quickly. It will remain on our site for you to refer to as and when you need it, but if you have questions, don't forget we are here to help you navigate and plan your way through the tax maze, so please do get in touch.
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As always, BarTax monitored the Budget to find out how this will impact on Barristers.
Whatever your concern, we are happy to discuss how any tax changes will affect you and your income. Please call us on 020 8144 6550 or send us an email.