We look at specific measures which will affect businesses, and give you our view.
UK Budget 2014
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Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has delivered his 2014 Budget. It was his fifth since the coalition government took power in 2010.
Bill Dodwell, head of Tax Policy at Deloitte, said: “Today the Chancellor produced a Budget focussed on savers, with additional funds devoted to bingo players and drinkers."
Deloitte's comprehensive commentary of Budget 2014:
Deloitte experts comment on the Budget announcement 2014. Analysis from Ian Stewart, Bill Dodwell, Nicola Roberts, Richard Sedgwick, James Warwick and Patricia Mock.
"The Chancellor has told us that the UK’s economy is bouncing back strongly.” says Sally Jones, director in corporate tax. Listen to an expert round-up of the implications of the 2014 Budget for you and your business.
The most popular phrases tweeted during George Osborne's 2014 Budget speech.
Pintsize savings on beer
Daniel Lyons, partner for indirect taxes at Deloitte comments on the Chancellor’s announcement that beer duty will be cut and the alcohol escalator abolished.
Chancellor introduces a number of adaptations to business expense and benefits processes
The chancellor announced today that he is keen to take further the Office of Tax Simplification’s recommendations to simplify the treatment and reporting of employer expenses and benefits.
Deloitte comments on the main personal tax rate changes
Patricia Mock, a tax director in the private client services practice at Deloitte comments.
Guidance on the current international tax environment.
Indirect tax survey 2014
Results from our latest survey of indirect tax professionals on their priorities and current tax environment.
Major changes in tax
The latest briefing paper on two major tax issues: international tax reform in the shape of BEPS, and transparency.
Webcast series for tax professionals.
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Deloitte tax publications
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