Spring Budget 2023 Review Podcast

Hear Chief Investment Commentator, Garry White & Personal Finance Expert, Rob Morgan review the key points following the budget today.

| 12 min listen

In Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget, he painted a brighter picture of the UK economy than recent forecasts have showed. The economic outlook, energy subsidies and childcare support all received attention. It also contained some radical changes to pensions which could mean a reassessment of financial planning for many. Join Garry White, our Chief Investment Commentator and Personal Finance Expert Rob Morgan in this podcast as they discuss their initial reactions to today's news.

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Spring Budget 2023 Review Podcast

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