Budget 2017 Briefing Note

Budget 2017 Briefing NoteFollowing the Budget at lunchtime today, Martin and Shelley have produced a free briefing note for our clients and professional contacts.

Within this briefing note we have described the main Budget announcements as they relate to personal financial planning.

Download the Budget 2017 Briefing Note

Hammond started his Budget speech by explaining we have economic growth which is confounding the experts, with employment at a record high.

There was, however, no room for complacency, as the Chancellor continued to tighten his belt and take the next steps in preparing Britain for its new global future.

The self-employed and business owners are likely to feel unfairly treated in this Budget, as a result of National Insurance contribution rises for the self-employed and a dividend tax allowance reduction for shareholders.

As with every Budget and Autumn Statement, the devil is often in the detail.

As more details come to light, we will add blogs on specific planning topics to our website at www.icfp.co.uk.

Do call us on 01483 274566, email hello@icfp.co.uk, or follow us on Twitter @informedchoice if you would like to discuss your own investment, pension or Financial Planning as a result of the Budget today or any of the contents within this free briefing note.

Download the Budget 2017 Briefing Note

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