On 3 March 2021 Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered the Spring Budget setting out his plans as the United Kingdom starts to ease the lockdown and revealing the goals that he is looking to achieve after the pandemic.
Presenting the government’s spending plans for the year ahead, the Chancellor announced the new measures with the intention of helping businesses and jobs through these difficult times.
The measures are aimed at supporting the country’s long-term economic recovery as well as rebalancing the public finances with the help of tax rising.
Below is a summary of the key announcements for the private client world.
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