What does the Summer Budget 2015 mean for you?
Your digital magazine guide to the Summer Budget 2015
Chancellor George Osborne has presented what he called his "big Budget", declaring "Britain needs a pay rise".
Mr Osborne’s first all-Conservative Budget since the General Election included plans to cut corporation tax but introduce a new national living wage for workers over 25 years old, increasing minimum pay to £7.20 an hour next year, rising to £9 an hour by 2020.
The other big takeaways are an overhaul of the non-dom tax status, an increase in the tax free personal allowance and £12 billion of benefits cuts.
But what were the key points from the July Budget for business owners?
Our latest digital magazine takes a closer look, giving you the detail to help you understand the impact on your business.