Coronavirus (COVID-19): what you need to do

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  1. Support for those affected by Covid-19

    More information about the package of measures announced at Budget 2020 to support public services, individuals and businesses affected by Covid-19

  2. Budget 2020: tax-related documents

    All HMRC tax related documents and other announcements for Budget 2020.

  3. Budget 2020: What you need to know

    Measures announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak in the Budget.

  4. Budget 2020: documents

    This is the Budget in full.

  5. Budget Speech 2020

    The Budget 2020 speech as delivered by Chancellor Rishi Sunak

  6. UK helps world’s poorest countries withstand the economic disruption of coronavirus

    Up to £150 million of UK aid funding announced in the Budget to help mitigate the impact of coronavirus on the world’s most vulnerable countries.

  7. A consultation on the Reform to Retail Prices Index (RPI) Methodology

    The Government and the UK Statistics Authority (UKSA) have launched a consultation on UKSA’s proposal to address the shortcomings of the Retail Prices Index (RPI) measure of inflation.

  8. Chancellor delivers Budget 2020

    Rishi Sunak outlines plan to tackle coronavirus and level up the country.

  9. Plastic Packaging Tax: policy design

    This consultation seeks views on areas of the Plastic Packaging Tax which have been further refined as we move closer to the implementation date of April 2022.

  10. Management of the Official Reserves

    This document explains the HM Treasury’s approach to managing the official reserves and highlights changes to the investment strategy of the reserves.

  11. Overseas funds regime: a consultation

    The Government is consulting on proposals to simplify the process for allowing investment funds set up overseas to be marketed in the UK.

  12. Preventing abuse of the R&D tax relief for SMEs: second consultation

    Budget 2020 announced the R&D PAYE cap, proposed in 2018, would be delayed by a year to allow time to consult on policy changes, which better focus the measure.

  13. BEIS in the budget

    The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) will have a key role in delivering the pledges set out in the Budget.

  14. A consultation on duty-free and tax-free goods carried by passengers.

    The consultation asks for evidence and views on the potential approach to duty-free and tax-free goods arising from the UK’s new relationship with the EU.

  15. Tax treatment of asset holding companies in alternative fund structures

    This consultation explores whether changes to the tax treatment of companies used by funds to hold assets could make the UK a more attractive location for these companies.

  16. Public Works Loan Board: Future lending terms consultation

    The government is seeking views from local authorities and other stakeholders on the lending terms of the Public Works Loan Board.

  17. Vehicle Excise Duty: call for evidence

    A call for evidence on Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) which will seek views on moving towards a more dynamic VED system and how VED can support a reduction in road transport emissions.

  18. Financial Services Future Regulatory Framework Review

    A Call for Evidence seeking views on regulatory coordination in the financial services sector.

  19. Business Rates Review: terms of reference

    This document sets out the terms of reference for HM Treasury's fundamental review of the business rates system.

  20. Chancellor's first Budget brings £360 million boost for Welsh Government

    The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak outlined the additional funding for the Welsh Government, allowing it to deliver on the priorities of people in Wales.