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Gerald Montagu, Counsel at GIDE LOYRETTE NOUEL LLP and member of Lexis PSL Consulting Editorial Board comments on Spring Budget 2021.
With many childrens' playgrounds sadly still closed due to Covid, a seesaw may seem a slightly incongruous image to represent yesterdays' Budget. And yet, it seems appropriate in a number of ways:
The big unanswered question remains what, apart from the increase to corporate taxes, combined with the effect of fiscal drag on personal tax (income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax) allowances and bands from April 2021 to April 2026, might the Chancellor need to do to balance the books? Yesterday (perhaps unsurprisingly) quite how the fiscal seesaw will ultimately be brought in balance was not answered, with much weight seemingly being given to spending restraint that may prove challenging to deliver. It may be that more is revealed in the consultations to be published on 23 March 2021, or perhaps we have to wait a little longer than that.
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