Spring Budget 2024: Our full summary

Phil Blackburn, 7 March 2024

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On 6 March, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, delivered his latest budget where he presented his plans for tax and spending for the upcoming years, covering areas such as:

  • National insurance
  • Non-dom tax
  • Capital gains tax
  • Inheritance tax
  • Property tax

Please view our full summary which provides further details on the main topics mentioned in this Spring Budget.

Download our summary

In case you missed our initial summary covering our key takeaways, please click to view here. 

Changes on the non-dom tax status

We've also compiled a more detailed blog to further assist you in comprehending the implications of the changes to non-dom tax status, which can be read here

How can we help?

Our team is dedicated to offering you tailored advice and support, ensuring you're well-equipped to navigate through these changes and optimise your financial well-being.

We recognise that each individual's situation is unique, and the impact of the Spring Budget will vary. Therefore, if you have any questions, concerns, or simply wish to discuss what this means for you and your business, please get in touch with our Tax Partner, Phil Blackburn (philblackburn@lubbockfine.co.uk). 

We also have a webinar coming up on Thursday 14 March at 1 pm - 2pm where we expand on the points covered in our full summary and guide you on next steps. 


the 2024 Spring
Pre-Election Budget

On Thursday 14 March from 1 - 2 pm, we’re hosting a webinar led by our tax and wealth management experts who will offer guidance on how the new measures raised in the budget might affect you and your business.

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