The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed that he will be delivering his autumn budget on 27 October 2021. This is the first time there has been an autumn budget since 2018. In this budget, he will be announcing his plans to support public services and revive the economy with £140bn of additional spending.
The government has already announced the health and social care tax rise (see our article here) which has now been backed by parliament. However, It remains to be seen what else is in store on the tax front. There could be further significant changes that could affect you.
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