2019 Spring Statement Summary & Implications

Spring Statement 2019 Summary - Griffin Chapman
On Wednesday 13th March Philip Hammond delivered the Spring Statement. What exactly did the Chancellor say and what did it actually mean?
Our summary of this year's Spring Statement is now available in this handy Spring Statement 2019 PDF.
We've prepared this summary to outline the key points that are most likely to be of interest to you, including informative comments to help you assess the likely effect of the proposed changes and their significance.
In our summary we cover changes to:
  • Personal Tax
  • Business Tax
  • Employment Taxes
  • Capital Taxes
  • Other Matters
  • Rates and Allowances
    • Income Tax Rates
    • Income Tax Reliefs
    • Pension Premiums
    • Capital Gains Tax
    • Car, Van and Fuel Benefits
    • Mileage Allowance Payments
    • Individual Savings Accounts
    • Value Added Tax (VAT)
    • Statutory Pay Rates
    • Capital Allowances
    • National Insurance (NI)
    • Inheritance Tax
    • Corporation Tax
    • Stamp Duty and Stamp Duty Land Tax
    • Land and Buildings Transaction Tax

 As well as the full Spring Statement Summary 2019, we've also created a quick and handy ‘latest rates and allowances reference guide

Published Date: 
Thursday, 14 March 2019