Autumn Budget November 2017 Overview
Since the Spring Budget, the UK has held a General Election, the negotiations to leave the European Union have continued and there has been the usual collection of mixed news for the UK economy.
The Prime Minister and the government remain committed to delivering Brexit on March 29th 2019 and currently appear ready to offer the EU more money in the ‘divorce settlement’ to kick-start the talks on trade. But with negotiations on the coalition government in Germany having failed over the weekend, it is difficult to see how any talks can make much progress with the EU’s largest net contributor facing what the BBC’s Andrew Neil called the “biggest political crisis since the 1940s.”
- End of the tax year: make the most of your allowances
- What does Open Banking mean regarding your personal data?
- Time in the market, not timing the markets
- The recent stock market turmoil – and its lessons for the future
- Small things make big differences: What difference would putting an extra 1% into your pension actually make?
- Retirement incomes at record level according to the Prudential’s latest report