By Chris Martins D'Almeida on 17th March 2016

The Budget 2016 in Review

Yesterday George Osborne addressed the house to announce his eighth budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer. While you might have heard about the more buzz-worthy topics, such as the Sugar Tax, which will take effect in 2018 and is rumoured to threaten the price of your G&T, or the changes to education, which may see every school in the country become an academy, there are a lot of changes in the new announcements that will affect freelancers, sole traders and small business owners.

To find out what these changes might mean for you, take a look at our Budget Summary and Tax Cards, below.

Tax Cards 2016 (Click to download)

For further advice on how to best manage your accounts this year, get in touch with Boox. Our team of friendly client accountants are always on hand to help.


Chris Martins D'Almeida Written by Chris Martins D'Almeida

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