TaxPersonal TaxJoin us online for the Budget.

Join us online for the Budget.

You will be able to access up-to-the minute news and analysis of the last Budget of this parliament from AccountancyAge.com from the moment Gordon Brown takes to the despatch box next Wednesday afternoon.

The chancellor’s fifth Budget comes just weeks before the expected general election and takes place amid calls for Brown to resist a pre-election ‘giveaway’ that would damage the economy.

But whatever and whoever Brown decides to help, our 10-strong reporting team will offer the only Budget coverage dedicated to everyone in the finance profession.

Coverage of the Budget announcements will be rapidly followed by comment and analysis from the finance community.

AccountancyAge.com already carries tax information and news from the last four years, plus information on November’s pre-Budget report and last year’s Budget.

There is already a Budget 2001 area of the site listing all our Budget stories and links to some of the best information sources on the internet. It will also be updated in the days leading up to the Budget speech.

To find the Budget 2001 area, follow the link from the AccountancyAge.com home page.

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