Download your Spring 2023 Budget Summary

Man looking at laptop. Download your Spring 2023 Budget Summary from Harrow based RA Accountants

On Wednesday 15th March 2023, the Chancellor Jeremy Hunt unveiled his Spring Budget. The announcements centred around four key pillars: enterprise, education, employment and everywhere

The Chancellor aims to halve inflation, to grow the economy and get debt falling – all whilst encouraging the unemployed back into work by overcoming obstacles faced by age disability or gender.

Budget Highlights

Our Budget summary covers the following areas:

  • Cost of living support for individuals and households
  • Income tax – summary of rates and allowances
  • Capital gains tax
  • Inheritance tax
  • VAT
  • Business taxes
  • Employment taxes
  • Corporate taxes
  • Venture capital schemes.

Download the RA Accountants Spring Budget Summary

If you have any questions about the Budget and its impact on you and your business, please get in touch with the team at RA Accountants. We would be very pleased to hear from you.

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Listen to our tax experts Gordon Fox and Steven Vryonides give their views on the budget and its impact. Join our complimentary RA Accountants Budget Webinar at 18.00 on Wednesday 29th March.

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