The Autumn Statement 2011 - Guides for Individuals and Businesses

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Chancellor George Osborne has presented his Autumn Statement to Government and the British public. It was a comprehensive review of; the economy, planned government spending and changes to taxation.

Although primarily concentrating on economic matters, the statement had the feel of a mini budget due to the plethora of new measures that were announced.

But what exactly does this mean for you as an individual? How will this impact on your business? How will this affect your way of life and the amount of money in your pocket?

In the guides below, written by Mitchell Charlesworth's tax experts and business advisers, you can find detailed summaries and analysis of the main points of the Autumn Statement:

> The Autumn Statement - A Summary of the Key Points

> What the Autumn Statement means for Individuals

> Businesses and the Autumn Statement

> How to Meet the Challenges of 2012

For more information about the Autumn Statement, complete a quick enquiry form or contact Tim Adcock on tel: 0151 255 2300 or email

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