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2016 Autumn Statement

Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement will also be his last. In 2017 there will be a Spring Budget followed by an Autumn Budget.TO OPEN THE PAGE FLIP PDF CLICK HERE or alternatively you can view the standard pdf from the link below.

Budget Summary 2016

This was the third Budget within the space of 12 months. It threatened to be the most difficult of the trio because of constraints imposed by June’s EU referendum and disappointing economic numbers.

Autumn Statement 2015

In the first combined Spending Review and Autumn Statement since 2007, the Chancellor’s emphasis was on expenditure. He nevertheless made a range of tax-related announcements. TO OPEN THE PAGE FLIP PDF CLICK HERE or alternatively you can view the standard pdf from the link below.

Summer Budget Summary 2015

The first Budget after a general election is traditionally the time for introducing unpopular measures. The Chancellor is not constrained by a coalition partner and has nearly five years until the next election.

Budget Summary 2015

With polling day just over seven weeks away, Mr Osborne’s sixth Budget was always going to be heavily laced with politics. Some of the proposals the Chancellor announced may not survive to become legislation depending on the result of the election.

Autumn Statement 2014

The Autumn Statement looked very like a mini-Budget, with several major new provisions and a raft of other measures. TO OPEN THE PAGE FLIP PDF CLICK HERE or alternatively you can view the standard pdf from the link below.

Budget Summary 2014

The combination of late Autumn Statements and early spring leaks has left recent Budgets largely devoid of surprises but George Osborne proved many wrong by revealing a range of initiatives that had successfully been kept under wraps...

Autumn Statement 2013

There were a few surprises among the array of consulted and well-trailed announcements in the Chancellor’s speech. TO OPEN THE PAGE FLIP PDF CLICK HERE or alternatively you can view the standard pdf from the link below.

Try our Tax Tools App

The last few years have seen a boom in the use of smart phones and tablets, and increasingly our clients are changing the way they choose to interact with us. That’s why Bright Grahame Murray are pleased to announce the launch of our Tax Tools App. For more information download the pdf or see link Tax Tools App in the left hand menu.