On 11 March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt. Hon. Rishi Sunak MP, makes his first Budget statement to the House of Commons outlining the Government’s proposals for changes to taxation and spending during the 2020/21 financial year.
To help navigate these changes, and see how they could affect you and your clients, AIA have selected the following resources and materials for members:
Look out for our expert team’s practical tax guidance and Budget analysis in International Accountant magazine and In Practice, the AIA’s specialist publication for members in practice.
Join AIA for post-Budget analysis and discussion around the principle changes that will affect the accountancy profession in our FREE Budget webinar taking place on 13 March 2020.
Register now via MyAIA or contact the Events Team on +44(0) 191 493 0282.
AIA Tax Cards are a popular reference tool containing all the latest tax rates and information and will be available online and in hardcopy format in the next issue of International Accountant magazine.
Our partners at Tolley have a team of tax experts providing insights and commentary on the Budget and deliver an authoritative round-up of key updates including predictions, reactions and practical guidance.
As part of your membership package AIA members in practice have FREE access to Tolley Tax Library and Online Seminars, providing you with the latest tax information and guidance whenever you need it.