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Autumn Statement 2016 Summary

as2016All eyes were on Philip Hammond as he delivered his first Autumn Statement to Parliament.

It had already been clearly indicated that he would be moving away from the strict monetary policy of his predecessor, George Osborne. While reducing the deficit will still remain a definite goal, Mr Hammond has abandoned any attempt to balance the budget by 2020.

We have prepared this summary of the Autumn Statement for you, looking at the broad areas of the economy and the numbers, personal taxation, business and business taxation, and pensions and savings.

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