Autumn Budget 2017 Live Feed

Autumn Budget 2017 Live Feed

Follow us throughout the day for the latest updates and industry reaction, as chancellor Philip Hammond delivers the Autumn Budget 2017

Autumn Budget 2017 Live Feed

Highlights from Philip Hammond’s Budget speech:

  • Stamp duty abolished for first-time buyers on properties up to £300,000
  • Focus on technology and innovation, with £3.2bn investment in R&D
  • New measures to crack down on multinational tax avoidance
  • £44bn of capital funding, loans and guarantees over five years to address housing market challenges

Read our full Budget review

Take a look at our pre-Budget analysis on pensions and the self-employed, and read expert comment from Mazars on what the Budget might bring. Also, read our verdict on four hot topics to look out for, and find out why businesses are pushing for investment and tax simplification in Autumn Budget 2017.

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