Budget 2016 | KPMG | UK

On 16 March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, presented the 2016 Budget - a Budget with plenty of good news for small businesses and entrepreneurs, and reforms designed to  ‘put the next generation first’. 

Along with the announcement of a reduction in the main rate of corporation tax to 17% in 2020, the Business Tax Roadmap, promised last year, was published yesterday and contains an outline and timetable of changes to business taxation due to be introduced during this Parliament. This includes plans for tax simplification, and for the UK implementation of the OECD base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) proposals. 

Following the Budget we ran two webinars. The first focused on the measures of interest to businesses, employers and individuals and the second focused on pensions. The webinar recordings will be available from 9am On Friday 18 March using the links below.  

View the recording: Budget webinar - tax focus

View the recording: Budget webinar - pensions focus


Please use the below links to have an overview of the budget :

Budget 2016 – Business: An overview

Budget 2016 – Individuals: An overview

Budget 2016 – Employers: An overview

Budget webinars and events 2016

Budget webinars and events 2016

Find out about the events running post-Budget 2016.

Michelle Quest

Head of Tax, Pensions and Legal Services

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Budget 2016: On a page

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Budget 2016: Video reaction

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