Buoyant tax income ahead of coronavirus crisis

By Michael Burton | 20 March 2020

The last set of public finance figures before the Government’s £350bn injection to combat coronavirus’ economic impact shows a buoyant month for tax income.

However, the long-term impact of small businesses and self-employed traders shutting down for many weeks will inevitably hit future tax revenues.

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