The Autumn Statement 2016


The Autumn Statement 2016

The Chancellor surprised everyone by announcing that this was his last Autumn Statement, but before we had time to wonder what had prompted him to hand in his resignation so soon after his appointment, he went on to assure us that the reason was that he was abolishing the Autumn Statement.  As everyone drew breath again, he then announced that the Spring 2017 budget would be the last Spring budget, but that 2017 would also see the first Autumn Budget, and that there would then be a Spring statement in 2018.

To help you unravel the detail, Wright Vigar have produced and informative and easy to read Autumn Statement 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.