Spring Budget 2020

“Getting it done” was the constant refrain of Chancellor Rishi Sunak during his first Budget, delivered on 11 March 2020. An ironic phrase given this budget was originally scheduled for November 2019. The original Budget being delayed by the election. Of course, that original Budget was due to have been delivered by Sajid Javid who resigned from Government just four weeks ago.


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Spring Budget 2020

March 12, 2020

Spring Budget 2020

“Getting it done” was the constant refrain of Chancellor Rishi Sunak during his first Budget, delivered on 11 March 2020. An ironic phrase given this budget was originally scheduled for November 2019. The original Budget being delayed by the election. Of course, that ori...
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VAT payment deferment

March 25, 2020
The chancellor recently announced fantastic support to VAT registered business with the deferment of paying VAT. To be clear this does not not change the charging of VAT on sales invoices, the claiming on purchases or the filing of the VAT return. This scheme has no impact o...
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The Autumn Budget 2017

November 24, 2017
Philip Hammond gave his 2nd Budget as Chancellor on 22 November 2017. The Government’s original targets have been shredded and it is expected that the books will now not come in to Annual Balance until the mid 2020’s. The Chancellor did announce some big spending plans s...
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A lot of clients and small businesses have taken advantage of the VAT Flat Rate Scheme....
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