By Daniel Hunter
Just under a week has passed by since the Chancellor George Osborne delivered his final Budget of this government.
Now we've had time to digest exactly what it all means, isn't it time for some in-depth analysis. We caught up with accountancy firm Smith & Williamson and its National Tax Partner, Tina Riches to talk about their analysis of the Budget.
Ms Riches said: "George Osborne’s Budget had long been trailed as his last chance to impress before the May general election. Preceded by a series of early announcements and leaks, much of the material was known in advance.
"But as they say, ‘expect the unexpected’"
She explained that Smith & Williamson's analysis covers "the main points that are due to form the basis of the Finance Bill to be passed by 30 March 2015. This includes measures for businesses, individuals and tax administration such as new provisions to further tackle evasion and perceived avoidance."
The report also looks at some of the points made by the Chancellor that are likely to feature in future Bills.
You can find the full report here.
You can also find a tax rate card here