This is the Budget in full. You can find supporting and related documents below.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his Budget to Parliament on 19 March 2014. This is the Budget in full and supporting documents.
The government has published regular distributional analysis of the impact on households of its reforms to tax, tax credits, benefits and public spending. It analyses the effects of the government’s policies on a cumulative basis, which means that it includes measures from all fiscal events since June Budget 2010, up to and including Budget 2014. It also includes changes that were announced before June Budget 2010 that have been implemented by the government.
The policy costings document sets out the assumptions and methodologies used in the government’s costing of policy decisions announced since Autumn Statement 2013. For each decision it contains a description of the measure, the base, the methodology for the costing (including relevant adjustments for behavioural responses) and highlights any areas of additional uncertainty.
This document details all of the data sources used throughout the Budget 2014. In order to be transparent, it informs readers of the Budget where the data used in the charts, tables and text comes from and how it has been calculated.
Also publishing alongside Budget 2014:
- Freedom and choice in pensions consultation and fact sheet
- Abolishing the 10% rate of tax on savings income - a fact sheet
- The New ISA - fact sheet
- Debt and reserves management report 2014 to 2015
- Charter for Budget Responsibility
- OTS competitiveness review: initial thoughts and call for evidence
- Tackling aggressive tax planning in the global economy: UK priorities for the G20-OECD project for countering Base Erosion and Profit Shifting
- Remit and recommendations for the Financial Policy Committee: 2014
- Monetary policy remit: 2014
- National Infrastructure Plan: finance update
Access HMRC’s collection of tax documents from today’s Budget.