Spring Budget 24: The changes advisers are hoping to see

Only two weeks to go until Jeremy Hunt delivers his second full budget

Hope Coumbe
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Inheritance tax (IHT), ISAs and income tax have come out top in our poll of what advisers are hoping to see at the forefront of the Spring Budget on 6 March.

Independent and restricted advisers who answered last week's PA Asks poll were overwhelmingly hopeful for announcements on tax cuts in what will be the UK's last budget before the next general election. "I'd like to see a full rationalisation of the tax system. It is ridiculous to tax people on an amount of money that they already cannot live on," one respondent said. "Do away with the whole of the current system." Another said they hoped for "clarity" and "no messing around". "No big giveaways," they added. "The current government are a busted flush - crass vote buying stunts will...

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