Spring Budget 2024 date confirmed for 6 March

    Luke Mudd
    1st February 2024
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    Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will deliver the 2024 Spring Budget on 6 March, the government has confirmed.

    The Budget will include the government’s tax and spending plans as well as new growth and borrowing forecasts.

    It could be the last chance for the government to announce significant changes to tax policy before the general election.

    The Chancellor used his last big fiscal speech, the Autumn Statement, to extend tax breaks for business and cut National Insurance contributions (NICs).

    The Office for Budget Responsibility has been formally commissioned to publish economic forecasts on 6 March.

    Internet link: GOV.UK

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