|Location:||St Austell Rugby Club|
|Starts:||Thursday 12th March 2020 at 12:30pm|
|Ends:||Thursday 12th March 2020 at 02:30pm|
As we depart the European Union, Boris Johnson wants to be radical, reforming and ambitious. We can therefore expect to see seismic tax and spending measures in Chancellor Sajid Javid's first Budget on 11 March 2020.
Ushering in what he calls a 'decade of renewal', with bold public spending on infrastructure and public services, the Chancellor also aims to boost tax reliefs for technology and business rates to help enterprise and innovation.
On personal tax, expect to see increases in the NIC earning threshold and the National Living Wage. There will also be announcements on:
Join us for our insightful Budget newswire, so that you are informed and ready for what will be the most radical Budget in a generation.
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