With an unscheduled emergency cut to interest rates by the Bank of England, it made for an interesting start to Budget day.
As many would expect, the Coronavirus played a fairly key role in Rishi Sunak’s first budget as Chancellor, with a promise to do ‘whatever it takes’ it support the economy during the crisis.
Below is a summary of some of the key points discussed:
For a complete overview what was covered in this year’s budget, please download our full summary report here.
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