Spring Statement 2019 is on 13 March and arrives a fortnight before the UK is scheduled to leave the EU.
With the terms of the UK’s exit still to be determined, early rumours suggest this year’s Spring Statement will be an even lower-key affair than last year.
However, in his Budget 2018 speech, Chancellor Philip Hammond left the door open to upgrade the Spring Statement to a full fiscal announcement “if the economic outlook changes materially in-year”.
There’s also the prospect of the Spring Statement being moved at the very last minute, after Prime Minister Theresa May’s recent pledge to give MPs a meaningful vote on a revised Brexit deal by 12 March.
If this did not happen or if it was voted down, then by 13 March – the day of Spring Statement – MPs would be able to vote on a motion that would seek their “explicit consent” for a no-deal.
Whatever happens, preparations at PracticeWeb towers are well under way to bring you another polished white-label document to communicate the news with your clients and prospects.
Accountant website clients
On Wednesday 13 March 2019, you’ll get the following on your website:
- news stories covering expectations, the headline announcements and industry reaction
- detailed Spring Statement 2019 Report, which will be in the ‘Tax’ section of your website
- branded email newsletter sent to your registered users, which links back to the report on your site. It will look similar to the fortnightly newsletter we produce for you.
We will send you an email by 9am on Thursday 14 March 2019 containing links to three versions of a your Spring Statement 2019 Report.
- Web version: a fully-branded PDF suitable for sending as an email attachment or uploading to your website
- Print version: an equally fully-branded PDF with crop and bleed marks if you want to have this professionally printed
- Word version: an unbranded, plaint text Word version.
As usual, there are five covers to choose from. By default, we’ll send you the same colour choice as you chose for the Budget 2018, but if you’d like to change your preference, drop us an email.
You can also add a second office address to the back cover. Let us know if you’d like to include these extra details.
Get in touch
If you’d like to change anything or have any questions, contact email@example.com