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It came as no surprise that George Osborne’s final budget of this Parliament before the May general election included a number of voter pleasing messages.  Many of the proposals will not take effect until later in 2015/16 or the following tax years and if there is a change of government, some of them won’t survive.

As is usually the case, it is necessary to look to the detail of the announcements to uncover their real impact. Read our 2015 Budget Guide for more information or use our digital tax card for reference.

If you have any queries regarding any matters raised in the Budget Statement then please don’t hesitate to speak to your usual contact or email us.

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Richard Verge - Tax Director

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Richard is a personal tax expert and is able to advise high net worth individuals on either immediate tax concerns or a long term plan to ensure that their affairs are structured to take advantage of the tax reliefs available.

His experience from working with HMRC ensures that he is more than adept at understanding the view from the other side, to the benefit of his clients. Richard advises entrepreneurs, owners of family businesses and partners in professional practices and provides advice on planning from both a personal and worklife perspective.

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