What will this year's Budget mean for businesses? - Business Leader News

What will this year’s Budget mean for businesses?

Rob Chedzoy

Rob Chedzoy

Accountancy firm Milsted Langdon say this year’s Budget is expected to reveal a host of new financial measures and tax changes in the run up to the General Election next year.

Chancellor George Osborne announced in a speech in Hong Kong that his Budget would support business investment and exports, to lay foundations for “long-term economic security”.

To help businesses and individuals better understand how the Budget will impact on them, Milsted Langdon will be hosting an online chat room between 9am and 12.30pm on 20 March, the day after the Budget.

Rob Chedzoy, a tax partner at the firm, comments: “George Osborne is expected to use this Budget to set out the Government’s financial plans for the UK in the run up to the next General Election.

“It is likely to include an array of new measures, tax changes and initiatives that will affect both businesses and individuals and will influence future financial planning.

“We welcome the opportunity to assist both clients and non-clients through our one-on-one private online chat facility to identify the issues that will affect them, and crucially, what action to take.

“The team has extensive experience in all matters from taxation and business advice to corporate finance and audit, so we will be able to address your queries in real-time.

“We hope that as many people as possible will take advantage of this exciting opportunity.”