2017 shows no signs of slowing down the pace of change. As Parliament came back from the summer recess, and as we were going to print, a second Finance Bill was published which, as anticipated in our feature article, brought back most of the measures originally culled from its earlier, pre-election, sibling. Just days ago the Treasury also announced the Autumn Budget date as 22 November. So now we know the shape of the latter part of the year at least.
Our feature ‘Elections, Budgets and Bills – a new course?’ highlights these key issues and two of the measures brought back into focus which are likely to have the most impact on your financial planning. With another, third, Finance Bill in the offing after the Budget, there’s still uncertainty in the air.