Articles - PwC - Budget 2012 predictions


When the Chancellor, George Osborne, stands up to deliver his Budget to the House on Wednesday 21 March in the midst of the ongoing eurozone crisis, he will face one of the biggest challenges of his tenure at the Exchequer. Will he stick to his guns and continue along the path of austerity? Or will he review the current tax system to make it less onerous for business? Steps will need to be taken to stimulate growth, but how will the Chancellor pay for these measures? Will taxes need to rise in other areas?

 

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