Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne has now delivered his Budget. It is his fourth since the coalition government took power in 2010.
Our coverage includes detailed analysis of the measures announced, as well as specialist commentary on the broader issues for business, individuals, employers and indirect tax.
Deloitte specialists provide detailed analysis and views of the measures announced in the Budget and how it will affect businesses, individuals and employers.
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Bill Dodwell analyses the Chancellor's leading themes: corporation and employee tax, and avoidance. More
Personal tax and residential property matters - The introduction of a £10,000 personal allowance and doubling of the tax free limit for loans to employees are amongst measures announced to help people who "aspire to work hard and get on."
Partnerships: in HMRC's sights - The Chancellor announced an intention to consult on new legislation designed to target the use of partnerships to artificially reduce tax liabilities.
R&D tax relief crosses the line - Beginning next month, companies claiming R&D tax relief under the 'large company scheme' will be entitled to payable cash credits equal to 10% of qualifying expenditure.
Ian Stewart, Chief Economist at Deloitte, provides his thoughts on Budget 2013. More
Sally Jones, director in Corporate Tax, gives an expert round-up of the implications of the 2013 Budget for you and your business. More
Budget 2013 webinar
Join our panel of tax specialists as they discuss the wider impacts of Budget 2013. More