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Chancellor George Osborne delivered his fifth Budget Speech on Wednesday, 19th March. On Monday, 31st March the Bradleys post-budget review seminar took place at the Holiday Inn, London Bexley.

Led by Bradleys’ practice manager, Alan McCappin, the event analysed the outcomes of the key announcements in the budget around corporate and personal taxation, business investment, funding and tax planning. Having highlighted the budget’s aspects from a tax perspective, Alan was joined by Mark Chaston Solicitors who gave an interesting presentation on some of the legal factors which were impacted by the budget. Representatives from Barclays Bank were also present to provide advice and information on the financial front. The event culminated in a round table discussion with the participants able to question the panel related to their own specific circumstances.

In addition to the presentations, all of the attendees received a copy of our Budget Report and Tax Card for 2014/15 and since we didn’t want you to miss out we’ve made all documents available to be viewed online and also as pdf copies. To download pdf versions click the links below:

And to view the documents online please click on the following links:

If you have any queries about the Budget and would like to speak with our experts, please call us today on 020 8303 1287 or email contact@bradleysaccountants.co.uk

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