2015 Budget | small businesses, contractors, self-employed | Bradleys

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Chancellor, George Osborne, delivered the 2015 Budget (his sixth) yesterday. In his final Budget before the general election, he positively set the tone of the speech by saying, “Today I report on a Britain that is growing creating jobs and paying its way.”

But what exactly did the Chancellor say and, more importantly, what did it actually mean?

We kept a close eye on the announcements and have produced a quick summary of the main points to help you digest the information that is relevant to you.

Economy and public finances

Small Businesses & Start-ups

Taxation

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    Pensions and Savings

    Duties

    Armed forces

    Automotive sector

    Agriculture sector

    Charity sector

    Oil & Gas sector

    Regions initiatives

    We will be issuing a complete summary of the 2015 Budget tomorrow, which will offer informative comments to help you assess the likely effect that the proposed changes may have on you, your family and your business for the year to come. In addition, we will also be issuing a useful summary of the new Tax Rates and Allowances.

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