Our sister blog, Fashionista-at-Law, comments on the omission of fashion from George Osborne’s list of ‘creative industries’ and the other Budget measures affecting the fashion industry here.
The Chancellor yesterday confirmed several measures which will provide further support for the UK’s creative industries. Although these are subject to state aid approval by the EC, they reaffirm the important contribution these industries make to the UK economy and the Chancellor’s intention that the UK remains internationally competitive in creative sectors. The tax credit … Continue reading Further boost for creative industries
Tomorrow’s Budget Speech is likely to have a split personality, being the final Budget of the Con/Lib Coalition Government but also an opportunity for this most political of Chancellors to publicise some of the more electorally attractive policies to be included in the forthcoming Conservative manifesto. This blog post concentrates mainly on the former aspect. … Continue reading Budget March 2015: what are we expecting?
Our more detailed reports on the 2012 Budget can be found by clicking on the links below and on the right-hand side of the Blog: General Business Taxation Creative and Innovative Industries Property Taxes Employee Incentives Pre-Budget Gambling Duty Post-Budget Gambling Duty To discuss how these changes affect you or your business, please contact a … Continue reading Olswang Budget Blog 2012 – Detailed Analysis
Olswang’s award-winning team will again be blogging on the Budget. Please visit this site on the run-up to, during and after the Budget on Wednesday 21 March, to find all the latest news, views and analysis on the Chancellor’s announcements. The blog will be interactive, so please do post your thoughts.