Irish finance minister Michael Noonan announced that the double-Irish tax loophole would be closed in the country's first non-austerity budget in seven years.
Senior Conservatives are set to reject a Liberal Democrat proposal to bring forward the next Budget to mid-February, BBC News has reported.
When Gorgeous George announced our pension freedoms in the Budget, a lot of us thought great – we’ve got enough saved to pay off the rest of the mortgage and have a good holiday.
It seems like a good week to share my thoughts on public speaking, as I've been giving a lot of talks about the recent Budget.
…and worry about something else instead.
Pensions were one of the winners of yesterday’s Budget, as the Chancellor announced a raft of measures to increase the flexibility of defined contribution benefit
It's fast approaching and you can't ignore it - in this week's video blog, I talk about the 'B' word (Budget, of course) and why accountants should take notice.
The Lib Dems said over the weekend that raising the personal income tax allowance to £12,500 will be a key demand in any coalition talks after the 2015 election.
The Autumn Statement (formerly known as the Pre-Budget Report) for 2013 will be provided by George Osborne on Thursday 5 December 2013.