The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, delivered the last Autumn Statement of the
current Parliament on Wednesday 3 December 2014.
It was clear from early in his speech that although higher growth and lower unemployment had been achieved, this was not going to be an announcement of net giveaways and more austerity would be needed to tackle the deficit which, although falling, still remains too high.
A raft of measures were announced during the Chancellor’s 45-minute speech, and in our Autumn Statement publication we examine the key announcements in further detail, from both a corporate and personal tax perspective.
Please click the link on the right hand side to download our Autumn Statement publication.