The challenge laid down to Chancellor Rishi Sunak for the budget this month was vast - even without the uncertainty and disarray brought on by Coronavirus.
For Budget 2020, the government decided to frame fiscal policy within two priorities.
The first was that the day to day government budget would be balanced within three years, the second that billions would be spent on infrastructure and other spending in the North of England, and that a target rate of growth would be above 2 per cent in normal times.
Tax also received some mentions.
The tapered annual allowance and the Junior Isa are among those where changes have been made.
This guide will look at the key changes that were made by chancellor Sunak, amid the threat of Coronavirus, which are relevant to adviser clients.
The guide is worth an indicative 60 minutes' CPD.