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BUDGET 2017: SUMMARY OF KEY POINTS
BUDGET 2017: SUMMARY OF KEY POINTS

BUDGET 2017: SUMMARY OF KEY POINTS

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond issued his annual Budget Statement on 8th March 2017.

These are the key points that could affect you:

  • £2 billion for adult social care over the next three years will help councils to provide high quality social care to more people and help to ease pressure on the NHS.
  • £425 million investment in the NHS in the next three years.
  • Investment in technical education for 16 to 19 year olds rising to over £500 million.
  • New T-levels for 16 to 19 year old technical students will be introduced from autumn 2019. Students will be able to choose from 15 different routes such as construction, digital or agriculture.
  • The government will also provide maintenance loans for students doing higher-level technical courses at National Colleges and Institutes of Technology – like those available to university students.
  • £300 million investment for new academic research placements.
  • The government will provide maintenance loans for people entering part time degrees, and doctoral loans of up to £25,000 to support higher-level study.
  • £536 million for new free schools and to maintain existing schools.
  • Free transport for children from poorer families who go to selective schools.
  • Tax-Free Childcare will soon be available to working parents.
  • The government will investigate ways to protect consumers from unnecessary costs and inefficiencies, including preventing consumers being charged unexpectedly when a subscription is renewed or a free trial ends.
  • £16 million for a national 5G Innovation Network to trial new 5G technology.
  • £200 million for local projects to build fast and reliable full-fibre broadband networks.
  • A three-year NS&I Investment Bond with a market-leading interest rate of 2.2%.
  • The Lifetime ISA will be available from 6 April this year.
  • The main rate of National Insurance contributions (NICs) for the self-employed will increase.
  • Tax-free dividend allowance will be reduced from £5,000 to £2,000 from April 2018

Full details of these changes can be found at the following links:

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