Guide to Autumn Statement 2015

Autumn Statement 2015 key details and summary

George Osborne presented his 2015 Autumn Statement on Wednesday 25th November 2015. In a week that marked the halfway point in the Chancellor’s decade-long austerity programme, the Autumn Statement 2015 was a crucial moment.

Following a year which has already seen two Budgets and a General Election, this year’s Autumn Statement and comprehensive spending review set out some very important changes. Since the announcement our tax specialists have been working through the details to find out what they really mean for you. In our recap guide of the 2015 Autumn Statement we have summarised the key details, as well as provided in-depth sector analysis (below).

On the link below we summarise the key details and keep you on top of what you need to know.

Sector analysis

We have provided a range of analysis from the Autumn Statement 2015 in the following sectors: Agriculture, Care Home, Charity, Leisure & Hospitality, Manufacturing, Retail, Small Business and Transport & Logistics.

Although this year’s Autumn Statement didn’t bring much for business – the Chancellor focused primarily of government spending and departmental funding – there are some key issues that will impact businesses. Please click on the links below to keep track of what the Autumn Statement means for you. You can also keep up-to-date with ongoing developments, specific to your sector, by registering for our specialists news here.

For more information

If you wish to speak to one of our specialist tax team about Autumn Statement 2015 and what the changes may mean for you and your business, please get in touch.

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