Budget and what it means for you A Budget has been delivered by Chancellor Philip Hammond which he says will “help families to cope with the cost of living”. The chancellor has announced plans on tax, housing and travel, alongside
Economically and politically eventful summer is over. Those who managed to get away, paid more for holidays this year and may have already started longing to the times more rewarding for British pound. It has been estimated that average holiday maker lost 500 pounds on currency exchange
Budget 2016 has been delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne (his 8th Budget). Budget is designed to “act now so we don’t pay later”, says Mr Osborne. But what does Budget 2016 mean to households and businesses across the country?