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The Chancellor has announced that the emergency Budget will be on Tuesday 22 June 2010. Keep an eye on this website for Deloitte's analysis, and more updates as further developments unfold.

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Magnifying glass This Budget has two themes for business: a package of support for small business and the threat of potential tax increases for employees who receive some types of shares in their employer... More on what the Budget means for business and individuals

What the Budget means for:

Budget 2010 brings targeted measures for industry groups and extends consultation on wide-reaching reform. Some welcome give-aways but more regulation and compliance concerns for business.
(39 articles)

Employers are being asked to consult as HMRC propose to take action on avoidance of payroll taxes. Read further analysis of all matters affecting employers.
(8 articles)

Headline VAT rates held, but above-inflation duty and levy increases prevail. A continued focus on environmental and health measures.
(21 articles)

The big news is no news to the previously announced income tax and National Insurance increases from 6 April 2010.
(22 articles)


HMRC seek to increase the momentum in the housing market for first time buyers to the expense of existing and large homeowners.
(4 articles)

The 2010 Budget delivered some unexpected surprises for entrepreneurs and is a step in the right direction. Both entrepreneurs' relief and the annual investment allowance limits were increased.
(25 articles)