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The government launched a £1.7 million campaign in January this year to ensure that workers know how much they are legally entitled to be paid. This followed an increase in HM Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC’s) enforcement budget to £20 million in April 2016 to make more officers available to investigate National Minimum Wage complaints.
Further to concerns raised during consultation, the UK government has decided to provide 3.1 million small businesses in the UK with more time to prepare for Making Tax Digital.
At his first, and last, Spring Budget, Chancellor Philip Hammond downplayed the occasion in advance, stating that there would be no spending spree despite the fatter than expected purse at the Treasury’s disposal.
As the UK gears up for Brexit, the Chancellor is set to unveil his financial plans for the country in his first, and last, Spring Budget.
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