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Latest statistics from the retail sales in June 2016 revealed a decline in consumer spending, but Brexit might not be to blame, according to one expert in Retail and Wholesale at Wilkins Kennedy LLP. As the vote to leave the European Union was announced, it would appear co-incidental that the quantity bought and the amount spent in the retail industry decreased compared to the previous month. However, if you look further in to the figures, the amount spent in the sector actually increased compared to June 2015 and the value of online sales increased 0.5% on May 2016 and 14.1% from June 2015. Phil Mullis commented: “Whilst the quantity bought dropped 0.9% the volume is estimated to have increased."
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The Budget was delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on Wednesday 16th March.
Further to his announcement, Wilkins Kennedy have the pleasure of providing a full Budget 2016 Report to explain the changes announced and the impact they will have on individuals, businesses and also importantly, schools.
As with every Budget the devil is often in the detail and we will be highlighting those issues which the Chancellor may not have made obvious in his address to Parliament.