Summer Budget 2015

Summer Budget 2015

The Summer Budget of 8 July 2015 will be remembered as a reforming budget, with major changes to welfare provision.

The Summer Budget of 8 July 2015 will be remembered as a reforming budget.

Summer Budget 2015

The Summer Budget of 8 July 2015 will be remembered as a reforming budget, with major changes to welfare provisions, including limiting tax credits, and introducing the new National Living Wage.

Looking through those headline measures there are a number of important tax measures which will impact individuals and businesses.

Summer Finance Bill:

Implications of the Summer Budget on sectors:

Video: Simon Collins' view

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KPMG’s new-look website

KPMG’s new-look website

Summer Budget: Better or worse off next year?

Summer Budget: Better or worse off next year?

Has this year's Summer Budget put more money in your pocket or left you counting the cost? We look at six different scenarios.

Summer Budget: Chris Morgan's view

Summer Budget: Chris Morgan's view

2015 UK Summer Budget – KPMG commentary and analysis from Chris Morgan

Summer Budget webinar

If you missed our Summer Budget webinar on 9 July, register to watch the recording

 
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Summer Budget key tax and pensions issues (PDF 977 KB)

 
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Summer Budget: Tax priorities

Our complete representations (PDF 439.21 KB)

 
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