The Tax Faculty is working with colleagues from ICAEW’s public sector and business teams, among others, to provide valuable insights into the forthcoming Spring Statement.
Initial analysis of the Spring Statement
Follow the Tax Faculty on Twitter during the Spring Statement. The Tax Faculty is also holding a live webinar to discuss the tax-related Spring Statement announcements at 14:00 on Thursday, 24 March. This is free to ICAEW members and Tax Faculty subscribers. Register to attend
In the hours following the Chancellor’s speech, ICAEW’s experts will be working to provide insights on the impact of announcements. Alongside a general overview, you can expect to see highlights from a tax, public sector, business and sustainability perspective.
The Tax Faculty will also be looking to provide more in-depth insights of any key tax announcements, which will be published in tax news and will also be available as part of the Spring Statement 2022 collection
Any articles on the Spring Statement announcement will also be linked from ICAEW’s Daily email tomorrow morning. Make sure you’re signed up to receive Daily and Monthly alerts, so you don’t miss any analysis.
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