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#AutumnStatement2016 – 8 reasons to be hopeful

By RJP LLP on 16 November 2016

The 2016 Autumn Statement will take place on Wednesday 23rd November at 12.30 and we are ‘all ears’ to learn what Phillip Hammond has in store. Usually the Autumn Statement is an opportunity for the government to showcase tax giveaways in the form of a mini Budget. This established practice, together with the economic uncertainly following June’s Brexit vote, and the unknown approach of our new chancellor, all mean it is likely to be an interesting affair.

On 23rd November, Lesley Stalker will be taking part in a special Budget podcast with Businesszone, hosted at Google’s London offices, and further details of this will follow. For now, we have outlined a selection of policies we are expecting in the Autumn Statement, and some others we are hoping will become a reality for readers of Businesszone.

Read Lesley’s article sharing 8 things she expects to see in the Autumn Statement 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The 2016 Autumn Statement will take place on Wednesday 23rd November at 12.30 and we are ‘all ears’ to learn what Phillip Hammond has in store. Usually the Autumn Statement is an opportunity for the government to showcase tax giveaways in the form of a mini Budget. This established practice, together with the economic uncertainly following June’s Brexit vote, and the unknown approach of our new chancellor, all mean it is likely to be an interesting affair.

On 23rd November, Lesley Stalker will be taking part in a special Budget podcast with Businesszone, hosted at Google’s London offices, and further details of this will follow. For now, we have outlined a selection of policies we are expecting in the Autumn Statement, and some others we are hoping will become a reality for readers of Businesszone.

Read Lesley’s article sharing 8 things she expects to see in the Autumn Statement 2016.