A simple guide to Budget 2021

9 March 2021

A simple guide to Budget 2021

After a year of extraordinary economic challenges, Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his Budget 2021 on 3rd March 2021. In it, he set out his plans to help the UK economy recover from the ongoing effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

If you want to know how the Budget will affect you, our Budget 2021 guide analyses all the key points. We set out what you need to know about the main implications of the Budget, including:

  • How businesses and families will be supported through the pandemic
  • The Chancellor’s plans for an investment-led recovery after lockdown
  • How he aims to protect jobs and strengthen public finances

Download our complimentary Budget 2021 guide today to find out what it means for you, your family and your business.

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