Following the surprise summer election, announcements in this Autumn Budget will be laid under the microscope to see if the proposed measures can shore up Theresa May’s minority government to help it maintain its hold on power.
It is likely that the UK should brace itself for some big policy pieces aimed to tackle the major questions being asked of the Government. Big change could also help stabilise the Conservative’s grip on power, staving off the challenge from the left.
But with change comes uncertainty for individuals and businesses, particularly when they are faced with a lack of clarity over Brexit, lowering economic forecasts and rising inflation.
Smith & Williamson’s experts will help lay out the changes and the practical impact on you or your business once they are announced.
Please revisit this page for insights from 22 November or sign up above to receive them direct to your inbox.
When is the Autumn Budget 2017? The Chancellor is expected to begin his announcement at 12:30pm, 22 November 2017.