Spring Budget 2024 Analysis

07 March 2024 - Jason Fayers

In his Spring Budget, in the run-up to the impending general election, Jeremy Hunt, Chancellor introduced the measures he’s introducing to deliver the Government’s ambitions for long-term growth.

Over 500 attendees joined us in person and online to hear about the latest Budget announcements and what the government has planned to help businesses succeed, protect people’s jobs and income and balance the nation’s finances.

If you weren’t able to attend, or would like another look at the presentations, please click on the links below to listen to these speeches. To download the presentation pack please click here.

Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt delivered his Budget announcements on Wednesday 6 March 2024. The following morning, Jason Fayers, Managing Partner welcomes guests to the event joining in person and online as the team shares their take on the announcements.

Luke Morris, Corporate Finance Partner takes an incisive look at the bigger economic picture, placing the Chancellor’s statements within the wider context of the UK fiscal landscape, and questioning whether Jeremy Hunt’s strategies will really make a material difference to the Government’s aims of long term growth.

Simon Hurren, Private Client Tax Associate Partner looks at the Chancellor’s announcements and shares what they may mean for individuals. He explores topics such as High Income Child Benefit Charge, National Insurance and ISAs.

Chris George, Tax Advisory Partner, runs through the current regulations regarding tax reliefs, with a particular emphasis on Non-Dom Reform and Inheritance Tax.

Sam Stent, Tax Advisory Associate Partner, examines the announcements relating to Property Taxes in Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Budget on Wednesday 6 March.

Jason Fayers, Tax Partner focuses on the latest regulations around Corporation Tax rates, changes to VAT Registration Threshold and Capital Allowances. He also discusses the merging of Research and Development Tax Relief schemes.

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