The chancellor has delivered his Budget, which includes a range of announcements that impact on individuals and businesses. Here, experts from across our departments explore exactly what this means for you and your business.
Spring Budget 2021: Our thoughts on the extension to the Stamp Duty holiday
The Chancellor today announced in his Budget that the Stamp Duty holiday that has been due to come to an end on the 31 March, will now be extended for three months, to finish on the 30 June. Take a read of our article to learn how we feel about the extension to the Stamp Duty Holiday.
Budget 2021: Furlough scheme extended
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has announced in the Spring Budget 2021 an extension of the Furlough scheme for all sectors. Nick Hobden, Head of Employment, shares his views on the Chancellor’s announcement in the Budget about the extension of the furlough scheme.
Spring Budget 2021: What it means for businesses
Following the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak’s, statement in the House of Commons, many businesses across the UK will be pleased to see a planned route out of the economic uncertainty caused by the on-going Covid-19 pandemic. Here’s what the Spring Budget 2021 means for businesses in the UK.
Budget Comment: Faye Cook, Thomson Snell & Passmore
Following the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak’s, statement in the House of Commons, many businesses across the UK will be pleased to see a planned route out of economic uncertainty. Faye Cook, partner in Thomson Snell & Passmore corporate team, comments on the Budget and what this means for businesses and individuals.