Spring Budget 2017: Live panel

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On Wednesday (8 March) AccountingWEB and BusinessZone will be hosting a live online chat throughout the Chancellor's 2017 Budget speech.

Join us from 12.15pm and add your thoughts to our expert panel of tax, accounting and business specialists.

Our Spring Budget 2017 panellists include:

TaxCalc is the proud sponsor of the Budget 2017 in association with AccountingWEB.

As part of that partnership, we’ll be publishing a special Spring Budget report collated by Rebecca Cave. In addition to our live Budget panel discussion during the speech, AccountingWEB members will be able to enhance their enjoyment of the day with Budget bingo and the annual Budget sweepstake offering the chance to win £100 in Amazon vouchers.

To participate in the live chat, type your comments in the box at the bottom of the panel below:

Live Blog Budget 2017

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By AJ05
08th Mar 2017 10:02

Thank you Robert. Looking forward to the thoughts of the live panel re the spring budget 2017!

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By DJKL
08th Mar 2017 12:28

posted in wrong box.

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By Giles M
08th Mar 2017 12:37

I think, John, that it'll be on off payroll. Possible extension to private companies.

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08th Mar 2017 13:06

reduced Dividend tax-free band - but no increase in Div tax rate - even though self-employed NIC goes to 11% - that makes no sense - the benefits of incorporation will rise because of the 11% - 7.5% difference

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08th Mar 2017 14:22

Hammond reminds me of John Major when he made his first budget speech.
TM watch out.

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By Matrix
08th Mar 2017 14:27

The drop in CT rate helps too.

They obviously feel they did not go far enough last year with the new dividend tax. I think it is just more bad news for small business owners who are just trying to run their businesses without living in an uncertain economy whereby they have to put an increased ever-changing amount aside for tax each year.

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08th Mar 2017 14:39

What is very clear, having listened to Corbyn, is the stalls set out for 2020.
The next 3 years are possibly going to be the most exciting, politically, for a long time. Trump eat your heart out.

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