By Kevin Peachey Published 29 October 2018 Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Related Topics Budget 2019 What a way to start the week – settling down to watch one of the major events of the year that affects your finances. In his speech, the chancellor will announce the government’s plans for tax and spending for the financial year which starts in April 2019. Here is your essential guide. When is the Budget? It is on Monday, 29 October, at about 15:30 GMT. Three aspects of the timing are relatively unusual. Firstly, it is earlier in the year than usual to avoid clashing with the final stage of Brexit negotiations in November. Five things to watch for in the Budget Philip Hammond prepares last Budget before Brexit Secondly, the Budget is being presented on a Monday, normally it is revealed on a Wednesday after Prime Minister’s Questions. This year that would mean it would fall on Halloween – a gift to headline writers – although the government denies that was a factor in choosing the day. Thirdly, the Chancellor will start his speech at about 15:30 GMT, three hours later than usual. That’s because Parliamentary business starts later… Read full this story
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