The Budget 2017

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The Budget 2017

Chancellor Philip Hammond used his first Budget to deliver an upbeat speech to help prepare Britain for a new chapter in its history after Brexit.

The chancellor’s focus was on equipping the UK to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing economy and extra money was promised for social care in England, and also to help firms facing steep business rate rises.

To help you unravel the detail, Wright Vigar have produced an informative and easy to read Budget Booklet – click here or on the image on the right to download this booklet in full.

If you would like a printed copy of this booklet please email and we can post one out to you.

If you have any questions regarding any detail contained in this booklet, please contact your local office – we would be delighted to assist you.