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Budget 2020

Our budget 2020 analysis

Budget Analysis

View our analysis on the 2020 Budget below.

Budget 2020 – what it means for you

Following the Budget, download our PDF overview of the announcements – telling you what it means for you.


Budget 2020 – focus on the property sector

With the Budget announcements on Wednesday understandably being dominated by Coronavirus, what were the key measures which may impact on the property sector? Heather Britton looks at this in more detail.


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Following yesterday’s budget, John Endacott and Daniel Sladen discuss the Chancellor’s announcements and offer their insight on what it means for both individuals and businesses.


The pension taper – a savings opportunity for most but what does it mean for you?

Within the budget, the Chancellor announced a – largely positive – change to the pensions ‘taper’. The changes are applicable to every sector, so potentially you could see a savings benefit from the new rules regardless of your profession. Tom Parry looks at this in a bit more detail.


Enterprise tax – tax but not as we know it

The Chancellor named a number of well-known inventors and innovators as he laid out his measures for promoting and stimulating enterprise, particularly in the tech and innovation sectors. Stuart Rogers gives us his initial thoughts on the announcements that affect these sectors.


NHS Pensions – Some pain relief

Luke Bennett takes some time to crystallise his thoughts on the Budget announcement that the pension thresholds are to be increased.


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