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UK Spring Budget 2020
View Deloitte's comments on the measures the Chancellor announced in his Spring Budget.
Budget 2020: Deloitte predictions
Ahead of the March Budget, Deloitte has summarised its predictions for the economic outlook and potential tax changes.
Government 'gets IR35 done'
Deloitte comments on confirmed changes to off-payroll working in the private sector
Long road ahead for infrastructure investment
Nick Prior, global head of infrastructure and capital projects, comments on the infrastructure pledges in today’s Budget.
Reduction to Entrepreneurs’ Relief lifetime limit to £1m
Patricia Mock, tax director at Deloitte, comments on Entrepreneurs’ Relief.
4G roll-out will solve connectivity hang-ups in remote locations
Dan Adams, head of telecommunications at Deloitte, comments on the Budget.
Corporation tax relief on hold for now
Zubin Patel, international tax partner at Deloitte, comments on the Budget.
Deloitte comments on changes to rates and allowances
Patricia Mock, tax director at Deloitte, comments on rates and allowances.
Business Rates boost for SMEs bottom line but nothing for large retailers
Gerry Biddle, director and Business Rates consultant at Deloitte comments on the Chancellor’s announcement about Business Rates in today’s Budget.
Chancellor looks to tax digital businesses in the UK
Zubin Patel, international tax partner at Deloitte, comments on the Digital Services Tax, which comes in effect from 1 April 2020.
The biggest and most expensive tax measures
Daniel Lyons, head of tax policy at Deloitte, comments on the Budget.
Deloitte comments on pensions personal allowance changes
Patricia Mock, tax director at Deloitte, comments on pensions personal allowance changes.
The next level for UK regions
Pauline Biddle, managing partner, UK regions at Deloitte comments on the Spring Budget.
Stamp Duty sting to overseas property buyers – additional £10k to average London sale
Jonathan Evans, director in real estate tax at Deloitte comments on the Chancellor’s announcement on additional stamp duty land tax on a property sold to non-UK resident in today’s Budget.
‘This Budget marks a decisive pivot away from austerity’
Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, comments on the Budget.
Chancellor’s VAT cut puts e-reading on the same page as physical counterparts
Glen Harling, tax litigation partner at Deloitte, comments on the Chancellor’s announcement that the Government intends to introduce the zero-rate of VAT to digital publications.