A Budget full of fizz but many questions to answer
ICAEW experts have welcomed an Autumn Budget containing measures to tackle some of the UK’s immediate challenges, but with inflation and living costs rising the fizz could go flat very quickly.
Tough choices facing public finance
More tax, more investment, more spending, less borrowing. ICAEW’s Public Sector experts examine the Spending Review and Autumn Budget 2021 announcements.
An awesome performance, but few tax measures
ICAEW’s Head of Tax on the Budget, which despite announcements on business rates, R&D tax relief and a promise of future tax cuts, provided more political spectacle than detailed tax policy.
Autumn Budget 2021: small wins for business, but a lack of ‘wow’
The measures outlined in the Budget’s speech are welcome, but do little to address immediate cost and supply chain pressures.
Insights special: Public sector finances
The coronavirus pandemic has taken its toll on the health of the general public and on public sector finances. ICAEW Insights investigates the shape of government finances, in the UK and internationally.
Letters to the government
Ahead of each Budget ICAEW writes to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Read the letters in full.
The Tax Faculty team and volunteers reflected on the Chancellor's announcements in this essential webinar recorded on 2 November. Watch the recording to hear the discussion and find out what the Autumn Budget 2021 could mean for you and your clients.