Now, for tomorrow

Our Great Conversations video series include views from our Partners at MHA to help individuals and businesses take the right next step following all of the announcements from the Spring Budget 2021.

Budget 2021 Video: The Big Picture

.A general overview of the Budget announcements focusing on the outcomes around Government spending, the economy and revenues.

 

Budget 2021 Video: Tax Changes

This short video looks at the Covid support schemes, corporation tax, super-deductions and freeports. Also included in the debate were matters not covered in the budget and a look at what might be next?

Budget 2021 Video: Support to SMEs

This short video looks at the Budget announcement focusing on what support measures were announced for SMEs from the giveaways, short-term finance support updates and those published big tax shocks.

Budget 2021 Video: Spotlight on VAT & Hospitality

Rebuilding the economy and support for the Hospitality sector was very much a focus for the Chancellors’ Budget. VAT Partner Sue Rathmell, and Leisure and Tourism sector lead Colin Johnson, look at the key policies announced, and assess if and how they will benefit businesses

Budget 2021 Video: Construction & Real Estate

MHA Construction & Real Estate Partners, Brendan Sharkey & Robert Dowling deliver an update on how the sector faired in the latest Budget and what concerns they have for some of the announced initiatives.


Budget 2021 Video: Furlough Scheme

The Chancellor has announced an extension to the Furlough scheme until 30 September 2021. Partner Adam Parton and Tax Director Nigel Morris from MHA, explain the key changes to look out for in this phase of the scheme. They also discuss the potential lessons that both employers and employees can take from the last 12 months, and whether the Government should be looking for longer term solutions in planning for future scenarios.

Budget 2021 Video: Investment & Skills

HCA and Employment Tax Partner, Richard Maitland delivers a quick overview of all the key announcements from the Budget 2021 relating to financial incentives for recruit apprentices and developing skills for workers.