TaxCorporate TaxDon’t bother with a Budget, says BDO

Don't bother with a Budget, says BDO

Why not just run a teeny Budget rather than the full-blown-affair? says BDO's Stephen Herring

A Budget before the next General Election is pointless and should be
scrapped, according to advisers.

With March the most likely time for a Budget, enacting any of its rules would
fall into the next parliament.

BDO’s
Stephen Herring told
the
Daily Mail
that chancellor Alistair Darling would only need to
introduce an abbreviated Finance Bill.

Further reading:

One
month left on tax agents consultation warns HMRC

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