Having recently been recognised as a leading financial advisory firm by two publications – FTAdviser and Citywire New Model Adviser, receiving particular commendations for a high level of client care and communication, I am pleased to provide you with a summary of the Autumn Statement delivered by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt just yesterday.
The most headline-grabbing changes were cuts to national insurance and placing the expensing of corporate investment onto a permanent basis. Although some of the rumoured changes to inheritance tax did not feature, there were reforms announced for ISAs and various documents issued relating to the pensions framework.
With tax and budget detail sometimes complex, please download our full summary, breaking down yesterday’s announcement further and produced in an easy-to-understand manner.
*This document has been produced by Taxbriefs, a subsidiary of Metropolis Group Holdings Limited, for and on behalf of Craven Street Wealth.
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