The Autumn Statement 2013 will be delivered on 4 December, the Chancellor announced via Twitte
George Osborne is a great believer in tax competition (and “believer” is the word, as the evidence is not there to support him).
George Osborne has unleashed a very clever weapon in the Scottish referendum debate. As a very jingoistic and proud people most Scots would tell you that they woud like to be independent.
The government has provoked a fresh row with Brussels by launching legal proceedings against a €35bn Financial Transaction Tax (FTT), or ‘Tobin tax’, agreed by 11
Okay , I declare an interest - I was a member of AWeb's revered and distinguished budget panel . I have never paid so much attention to a budget before .
The Chancellor has announced a raft of Budget tax measures to encourage business investment and growth, including £2,000 in national insurance contributions (NIC) relief for all businesses.
The Chancellor was forced to admit in his fourth Budget that the economy will grow by just 0.6% this year - half the 1.2% estimated at the time of the autumn state
In response to Baker Tilly's predictions for the 2013 budget,