Finance Bill 2017

Finance Bill 2017

The Government published Finance (No. 2) Bill 2016-17 on Monday 20 March.


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Finance Bill 2017 Draft Clauses

KPMG’s Commentary provides an overview of the draft clauses and insight into the measures both those of general interest and for specific groups.

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