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What will and won’t be in the Budget?

Ed Monk

Ed Monk - Fidelity Personal Investing

This week, we looking forward to the Budget next week and asking whether the Chancellor is yet ready to begin balancing Britain’s books. 

Many of the usual rumours about tax rises are doing the rounds - will any one of them actually come to pass?

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