Spring 2023 Budget Guide

Mar 16, 2023 | TC news, Business support hub

On Wednesday 15th March 2023, Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt presented his first Budget to Parliament which has been called a ‘Budget for Growth’.

He set out a plan to reduce inflation, grow the economy and get government debt falling all whilst avoiding a recession and tackling labour shortages.

Particular focus was given to ‘back-to-work’ measures to encourage economically inactive people to re-join the workforce.

Here is our free guide covering the changes that were announced.

We hope you find it useful.

Spring Budget Guide 2023

Thomson Cooper Spring Budget Guide

Spring Budget Infographic 2023

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