Autumn Budget 2021

AUTUMN BUDGET 2021

Rishi Sunak delivered his third Budget as Chancellor on 27 October 2021. This year it was combined with the Spending Review for Government Departments and that spending element did take up the bulk of the speech which was light on new tax measures. The Chancellor certainly enjoyed announcing lots of spending in various areas. Concerns will be at the potential future tax rises to pay for all of this, particularly if the growth forecasts are missed.

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