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Budget 2020 – how does it affect you and your business?

If you are reading this shortly after our email newsletter arrived in your in-box at 1pm-ish it will no doubt not have escaped your notice it is Budget day.

Having only landed the top job at the Treasury last month Chancellor Rishi Sunak stepped up to the plate just after noon to announce his plans to 'open the fiscal floodgates', "lay the foundations for a decade of growth" and steer us all through the coronovirus storm.

You may even have listened to his inaugural speech, but what everyone will be interested to know, is just how will what Mr Sunak said affect them, their businesses and the UK?

That is where we can help. Those clever people at Hazlewoods, the Gloucestershire-headquartered accountants, tax experts and business advisors are pouring over the detail right now ready for a Budget special due to be emailed out today by 4.30pm.

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And if you want to find out any more about Hazlewoods Budget coverage in the meantime, click here: Hazlewoods.

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