Posted on 30th October 2018
The Chancellor delivered a lot of changes that were relatively favourable to small businesses, but in the background a few important adverse changes were made which seem to be because too much money was leaving the Treasury. This is therefore not a bold post-Brexit Budget.
Relatively favourable to growing businesses:
Some adverse changes:
With many changes effective from 2020 will the Chancellor prove to have had 2020 vision on the strength of the UK economy?
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