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                                  Budget 2020: The Highlights

                                  As Rishi Sunak got up to present his first Budget, many were watching with bated breath to see how he would juggle the contradictory forces of Brexit, Coronavirus, austerity and public services, in the first Budget for a brand-new Chancellor in a brand-new Government.

                                  Coronavirus is, of course, at the forefront of most people’s minds, and Mr. Sunak prioritised measures supporting both the NHS and UK business to ensure we would get through it together. As well as committing a £5 billion emergency response fund for the NHS, with as much as 20% of the country’s workforce predicted to be off work at any one time, measures supporting small business and those unable to work were top of the Chancellor’s list

                                  The Chancellor also focused on infrastructure spending, education, encouraging business development and innovation, housing and the environment. With an evangelical refrain that this would be the Budget that ‘gets it done’, he promised to deliver the change that the British people voted for in the recent election, although Brexit itself barely saw a mention.

                                  Continuing on from the surprise turnaround in the election, which saw traditional Northern worker’s constituencies turning blue, the Budget included significant spending on public services, matched with significant additional borrowings, and so was not a traditional Conservative offering, albeit noticeably absent from any change was the current inheritance tax regime. Overall, a net giveaway by the Government, and lauded by the likes of the OBR, this Budget did what it needed to do, without upsetting too many apple carts in the process. A “miracle job” indeed.? The highlights from yesterday are below.

                                  What should you do next?

                                  If you would like to find out more about how the Budget will affect you, please contact your usual Baldwins advisor.

                                  ?Budget Update 2020 Webinar

                                  We will also be?holding a Budget Update Webinar?on 12 March 2020 at?1:00pm, for anyone who is interested in joining us online to hear our thoughts.

                                  Our expert presenters will take you through the technical issues arising from the Budget and will provide a practical assessment of the key announcements and their impact for both businesses and individuals. As ever, the devil will be in the detail, so they will also highlight any issues the Chancellor may not have made obvious in his address to Parliament.

                                  If you would like to join our?webinar, please?register here.

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                                  Event Details?

                                  Date
                                  Thursday 12 March 2020

                                  Format and timings
                                  1:00pm Start
                                  2:30pm Finish

                                   

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