On Tuesday we published our fourth annual Scotland’s Budget Report. This was accompanied by an event at the National Museum of Scotland.
Alongside the FAI analysis, Paul Johnson, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, Andy King from the Office for Budget Responsibility, Caroline Gardner, Scotland’s Auditor General, and Charlotte Barbour, director of taxation for ICAS, also spoke at the event. All discussed the current fiscal environment which is made all the more uncertain by the General Election and the flurry of announcements by all political parties on future spending commitments.
These presentations can be found below.
- FAI Scotland’s Budget 2019 slides – Presented by Mairi Spowage and David Eiser, FAI
- Taxation – Growing divergence? – Presented by Charlotte Barbour, ICAS
- Fiscal risks in the UK – Presented by Andy King, OBR
- Financial planning in uncertain times – Presented by Caroline Gardner, Scotland’s Auditor General
- Economic and fiscal outlook – Presented by Paul Johnson, IFS