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Spring Budget 2017 Press Releases

Spring Budget 2017 Press Releases

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Spring Budget 2017: KPMG welcomes the Government’s intention to improve status of technical education

Spring Budget 2017: Survival of the fittest for retailers

Spring Budget 2017: Social care package responds to immediate crisis, but focus must turn to reform

Spring Budget 2017: KPMG hails Government fund for female returners

Spring Budget 2017: Working for yourself may no longer pay

Spring Budget 2017: The bell tolls for large business – low-risk ratings to be abolished?

Spring Budget 2017: Making Tax Digital deferred…for some

Spring Budget 2017: Lifelong learning will help UK make the grade

Spring Budget 2017: Full steam ahead with the non-dom changes

Spring Budget 2017: Industry input into North Sea late life asset strategy critical

Spring Budget 2017: Bitter pill for owner managed businesses as Chancellor targets NICs

Spring Budget 2017: Chancellor signals growing importance of tech innovation in future of UK economy

Spring Budget 2017: Business asked for stability: the Chancellor largely delivered

Spring Budget 2017: More needs to be done to address Britain’s productivity gap post Brexit

Spring Budget 2017: Chancellor gifted with OBR upgrade, as UK prepares for new future

Spring Budget 2017: Government support is welcome but private sector must still invest billions to secure UK digital future

Spring Budget 2017: A missed opportunity to bridge the pensions gender gap

Spring Budget 2017: Spring Budget puts pedal to the metal for driverless cars

Spring Budget 2017: £300m rate relief fund will reveal local authority intentions ahead of full devolution

Spring Budget 2017: Chancellor delivers £2.4bn lifeline for health and social care, but is it sustainable?

Spring Budget 2017: KPMG points out ‘elephant in the room’ as Chancellor hikes NICs for self-employed

Spring Budget 2017: Reducing admin burden welcome but more could be done to boost R&D

Spring Budget 2017: Increasing business rates threatens to stunt broadband investment

Spring Budget 2017: KPMG warns of Brexit reality gap

Spring Budget 2017:We need to change the way we tax work, says KPMG

Spring Budget 2017: Simply does it, says KPMG

 

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