OUR SUMMARY OF THE AUTUMN BUDGET 2017

The Chancellor Philip Hammond presented his first Autumn Budget on Wednesday 22 November 2017. His report set out a number of actions the government will take including support for more housebuilding. His view is that the economy continues to grow and continues to create more jobs. The major attention-grabber was aimed at first time buyers...

Autumn Statement 2016: Rawcliffe & Co Summary

On Wednesday 23 November 2016 Phillip Hammond presented his first Autumn Statement. So what exactly did the Chancellor say and, more importantly, what did it actually mean?   The Autumn Statement reaffirms fundamental taxation changes which will affect business and personal lives for this year and future years. Written in plain English, we have broken...

EU Referendum Factsheet

This simple infographic by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce contains a number of clearly explained facts including a summary of campaign arguments for Britain Stronger in Europe and Vote Leave as well as survey results from Greater Manchester and the North West.   Click here to download the pdf.

Budget 2016

George Osborne presented the first Spring Budget of this Parliament on Wednesday 16th March 2016. In his speech the Chancellor reported on ‘an economy set to grow faster than any other major advanced economy in the world’. Our summary concentrates on the tax measures which include: reductions in the rates of capital gains tax introduction...

Autumn Statement 2015

A special edition of our monthly newsletter highlighting key tax announcements in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement on 25 November 2015. Click below to read the Rawcliffe & Co Summary of the 2015  Autumn Statement.

The Second Budget 2015

George Osborne presented the first Budget of this Parliament on Wednesday 8 July 2015. The speech set out his plans for the next five years ‘to keep moving us from a low wage, high tax, high welfare economy; to the higher wage, lower welfare country we intend to create’. Our summary focuses on the tax...