EY Analysis of the UK Budget

Thursday 4th March 2021

EY will be hosting a webcast on Thursday, 4 March at 3pm (UK time) for an analysis of the UK Budget. Our tax specialists and EY ITEM Club will discuss the economic impact of the Chancellor’s announcements on 3 March and assess the key tax implications for individuals, employers and businesses.

Whether or not we see tax rises in this Budget is still unclear. However, we are sure to learn more about the Chancellor’s thinking for tax in the post-COVID-19 and post-Brexit world. The webcast will cover key developments which could well include:

- Whether, and in what form, future COVID-19 support might be provided for businesses and individuals
- Updates on corporation tax rates and progress at an international level on attributing profits to specific locations
- Incentives for businesses to encourage investment, especially in priority areas
- The redesign of capital gains tax rates and reliefs as well as inheritance tax, both to raise tax revenue and to improve the operation of the taxes
- The use of environmental taxes and incentives, and the role they might play in the Government’s green agenda

EY hopes you are able to join them for what will be an insightful and interactive webcast. Please click here to register.

 If you miss or can’t make the live broadcast, the webcast will be available to access on-demand using the same registration link.

 Please also see EY's UK Budget webpage for the latest updates and their predictions on what might be included in the budget.