Autumn Statement summary: November 2022

Published by Daniel Grainge on 18 November 2022

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Our Autumn Statement 2022 summary is now available. Access your summary here.

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has delivered his Autumn Statement. Just eight weeks after the Government’s disastrous September fiscal event, the new Chancellor having first reversed and unpicked his predecessor’s promises, stepped into the House of Commons to set out the Government’s financial plans.

Facing a £55 billion black hole and a deepening cost-of-living crisis, and keen to avoid tax increases and return to austerity, the Chancellor needed to walk a fine line in offering the support individuals, businesses and our public services need whilst rebuilding trust and stability for the financial markets and the UK’s reputation on the international stage.

Read our full summary of the changes made here.

To help you navigate the changes, you can read our full Autumn Statement coverage and commentary here.

Any questions?

If the changes raise any questions, or you would like some more bespoke advice, our Tax team can help guide you through the changes. Get in touch with them here.

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