In his last Autumn Statement address before the 2015 general election, chancellor George Osborne looked back on the government's achievements and forward to where he wants to take the UK.
Despite an ongoing commitment to attracting global technology firms to set up in the UK, chancellor George Osborne has announced a tax policy aimed at multinationals shifting profits overseas.
A £15bn infrastructure commitment has been unveiled by chancellor George Osborne in an effort to alleviate congestion and create new “jobs and opportunities”.
The week or two before a Budget or Autumn Statement is usually awash with speculation and predictions about what will be announced – but how much of it should be taken seriously.
Last week we posed a question to FDs ahead of the Autumn Statement: In what areas they would like to see the most policy change? The results are now in, with business rates and corporation tax being the top of the Christmas wish-list by far.
With SMEs the backbone of the British economy, George Osborne must not go back big business pandering.
The Annual Investment Allowance has surprised and delighted during recent Autumn Statement and Budget addresses. But how does it actually benefit your business?
Ahead of the chancellor's last Autumn Statement address before the 2015 general election, we reached out to our readership to find out the kind of measures they'd like to see introduced.
When chancellor George Osborne unlocked his red briefcase last year the business community was probably quite surprised about what came out, but how has it had an impact one year on?
George Osborne is not going to want to do anything too controversial given the forthcoming General Election in May 2015, but does need to address some clear issues relating to public finances.
We begin our analysis of the Autumn Statement by analysing how the current economic situation may impact the amount of good news coming out of that famous red briefcase.
Business rates need to be devolved to local government in order to help local businesses flourish, local authorities have told the Chancellor ahead of his Autumn Statement.