If there was a measure of stability in UK politics, we would be expecting the usual dispatch-box presentation by the Chancellor before Christmas. The annual budget is usually presented November each year.
This may still happen this year, but present uncertainties regarding the Brexit outcome, and the present government’s slim majority may scupper that timetable – we may have two budgets this Autumn or none at all.
Never-the-less, we will advise if and when a date is agreed. If we do leave the EU with no-deal, gripping the sides of your chair may be in order as the fiscal changes required (changes to taxation) to meet the resulting economic consequences, may be significant.
We will keep you posted.
- Cars and taxing issues - October 17, 2019
- Paying tax if you are self-employed - October 15, 2019
- Disposing of a UK residential property? - October 10, 2019
- An update for hauliers - October 8, 2019
- Tax Diary October/November 2019 - October 4, 2019
- The loan charge controversy continues - October 4, 2019
- Enjoy a tax-free Christmas bash - October 4, 2019
- Property tax changes from April 2020 - October 4, 2019