The 2011 Budget
The annual Budget Speech by the Chancellor of the Exchequer provides all taxpayers with a prompt to look at their financial affairs before the start of the new tax year. This has to be done twice if you run a business as well as a household budget.
I hope the commentary and links to other online material will make this task a little easier for you this year.
Many of the Budget measures are aligned with the Government’s Growth Agenda. No doubt you will have seen over recent months how the UK banks have reached agreements with the Government on how we can support this agenda as well. Barclays Business is fully committed to all these initiatives. Whatever you business circumstances – going for growth or otherwise – keep us informed of your plans and we will see how we can help.
Steve Cooper - Managing Director, Barclays Business
What the Budget means for you
We’ve joined forces with one of the country’s leading tax advisors, Ernst & Young 1, to bring you a summary of the main points of the Budget that affect you as a business, and as an individual.
1. Barclays Bank PLC takes no responsibility for the views expressed by Ernst & Young. You have sole responsibility for the management of your legal and tax affairs. Barclays Bank are not legal or tax advisors and do not provide legal or tax advice. We recommend that you obtain your own independent advice on legal and tax matters, tailored to your particular circumstances. The material on this website is for information only and you should not rely on it as a substitute for taking your own independent advice.