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Budget 2020

Our Budget hub provides commentary and insight about the 2020 UK Budget and the impact the announcement will have on businesses and individuals. Sign up to receive future updates from us.

Budget overview

Our new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, delivered the Budget announcement to Parliament on 11 March 2020.

Our experts have produced commentary on the announcement and what this will mean for businesses and individuals.  Please click here to read more.


TaxFax is our pocket-sized booklet which outlines key tax information, including any changes following the Budget. To view the latest edition, please click here: TaxFax.

Tax calculator

Our interactive online calculator allows you to see how the announcement affects you. Please click here to access the tax calculator.

Tax calendar

Please visit our online tax calendar for a summary of handy tax dates for businesses and individuals.

TaxFax 2020/21

Tax rates for the 2020/21 tax year including personal tax, corporate and business, property and employment.


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Tax Calculator

Our tax calculator shows what the Budget announcement means for you and your finances.

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