TaxPersonal TaxAccountancyAge.com’s Budget 2001

AccountancyAge.com's Budget 2001

Let AccountancyAge.com keep you up to date on Budget day.

The major accountancy firms have made their predictions, the institutes have made their representations to the Treasury and business groups have already put their pleas to chancellor Gordon Brown.

But if you still feel a little behind, why not check out our Budget page where you can catch up on what they’ve all said in the last few weeks.

And if you need to know exactly what’s happening during the afternoon, we’ve prepared a special Budget speech ticker, which will be updated throughout the chancellor’s statement.

Don’t forget you can have your say on Brown’s fifth Budget by emailing comment@accountancyage.com.

If you fancy outwitting the iron chancellor, then why not try our fantasy Budget competition. There’s still time to complete your enrty, but don’t forget to send it in by 1pm if you want a chance of winning Pounds 100 of theatre vouchers.

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