Highlighting what the Autumn Statement and Spending Review means for employee benefits
The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement and Spending Review contained a wide range of comprehensive public spending policies such as the tax credits “U turn” and the protection of Police budgets which have hit the headlines.
The Statement was however, virtually silent on changes impacting employee benefits.
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This article was provided by Aon Employee Benefits.
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