Bulletin 29 – April 2013

In this issue we focus on:

  • I reflect on the predictions I made in January 2013 for the economy in 2013
  • Thoughts on the budget, especially the reduction in beer duty
  • The Devil is in the detail 1 – the ‘Help to Buy: New Buy Guarantee Scheme’
  • The Devil is in the detail 2 – the ‘Help to Buy: Equity Loan Scheme’
  • The end of the Single Tier State Pension
  • The end of the Single Tier State Pension. What are the consequences?

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