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The Chancellor has pledged to end the squeeze on public spending a year earlier than planned and deliver a ‘truly national recovery’.


It’s the first Budget of the year and George Osborne is expected to scrap the annual paper tax return and further increase the personal income tax allowance.


On Wednesday (18 March) AccountingWEB and BusinessZone will be hosting a live online session throughout the Chancellor's speech.


With the Budget taking place this week the Finance Bill 2015 is set to be 

It’s Budget week and the news headlines this Monday morning feature a major review of business rates, a ‘no gimmicks’ promise from the Chancellor and the ACCA seeking a new FD.

Imagine if the Budget were a fantasy movie franchise. AccountingWEB’s editors have been dreaming of tax adventures to come.

With two Budgets on the cards this year, what are your predictions for the first one on 18 March?

Will we see a further shift in the burden of taxation from companies to individuals?


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.