Summer Budget 2015

In his seventh Budget Statement as chancellor, George Osborne promised a ‘big budget for a country with big ambitions’.

As predicted there were details on how the government will fulil its pre-election goals of reducing welfare spending by £12 billion and changing the inheritance tax nil-rate band structure.

There were also some surprises such as the compulsory introduction of the national living wage from April 2016 and a reduction in corporation tax.

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