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Streets Chartered Accountants breaks down the Spring Statement 2022

Streets Chartered Accountants breaks down the Spring Statement, with a handy guide, reactions and deep dives.

The Spring Statement, did it really create a sense of spring and sunnier days ahead?

The government has been reprimanded for releasing details of Budgets and Statements in advance of their hearing in the House. It would seem then such advice was heeded in the case of the Spring Statement, delivered in the House on 23rd March 2022. Little was known of what we might hear in advance. Though perhaps some may feel there was nothing to release or leak?

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Streets’ Guide to The Spring Statement 2022

Streets Chartered Accountants’ guide to the Spring Statement provides an overview of the updated financial forecasts for the UK economy and public finances. Following the announcements, Streets have put together a report containing the latest tax and financial information.

Read more and download the guide here.


Corporate tax partner Luke Prout takes a deeper look at the Spring Statement and what it will mean for business owners, company directors and individuals

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has presented his Spring Statement in Parliament and whilst sparse when compared to previous statements, he made some key announcements that impact both individuals and businesses immediately and in the not-too-distant future.

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