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Welcome to our latest edition. At the time of writing this issue, Sajid Javid had resigned as Chancellor of the Exchequer with less than a month to go until Budget Day. His replacement, Rishi Sunak, will deliver the Budget on 11 March 2020. In our next issue, we’ll look at the key announcements and how they could affect your finances.
The end of the 2019/20 tax year is fast approaching, and there are a number of valuable allowances and reliefs that will be lost if they are not used before the deadline. These opportunities include, but are not limited to, four important areas of tax planning that should be considered. On page 03, we’ve summarised these allowances and suggest that if appropriate to your particular situation, these areas should be reviewed before 5 April 2020.
A full list of the articles featured in this issue appears on page 02.
Our guide to Budget 2020 aims to provide a clear and concise commentary of the main Budget proposals, focusing on the issues pertinent to you, your family and your business.
The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, delivered his inaugural Budget to parliament on 11 March 2020, amid the backdrop of a growing threat to the economy from the global outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) – this Budget he announced aims to bring ‘stability and security’.
He warned of a temporary disruption to the economy from COVID-19. He said it will be ‘tough’ and ‘significant’, but things will return to normal. ‘What everyone needs to know is that we are doing everything we can to keep this country, and our people, healthy and financially secure.’