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Autumn Statement

The UK Government Autumn Statement took place on Wednesday.  Much of the Statement will not have direct effect in Scotland, but the National Living Wage is to rise from £7.20 an hour to £7.50 from April 2017.  This is the last Autumn Statement as there will be one Autumn Budget going ahead from 2017 with a Spring Statement. 

Saffery Champness has provided a briefing on the Autumn Statement which can be found here...

Members should consult their own professional advisers with any specific personal taxation queries.

 

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