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Cry Havoc And Let Slip The Dogs Of … PBR

 
John Whiting tax partner PricewaterhouseCoopers surveys the impact of the PBR on employers and finds that the Chancellor has let loose a (fairly) friendly mongrel rather than the expected Rottweiler
 
All too often employers feel that a Budget — or Pre-Budget Report (PBR) — will leave them feeling as if they have been worked over by a pack of hounds. This time although the canisphobic employer might well have feared the dogs that came bounding his way the effect was fairly benign. A good deal of yapping a bit of sniffing around a few licks and only a couple of unexpected nips. One big dog even rolled over to have its tummy tickled.
The St Bernard

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