Friday, September 18, 2020

Break down the Budget with Streets Chartered Accountants

Join Streets Chartered Accountants to break down the March 11 Budget and find out what it means for business going forward.

On Wednesday March 11, Sajid Javid will deliver his first Budget as Chancellor, the first after the UK’s departure from the EU, and the first of a new Conservative government that has a significant majority in the House of Commons.

It is therefore not unrealistic to expect some headline grabbing changes and announcements, which will no doubt impact upon businesses and individuals alike.

Given the indicators from draft Finance Bill clauses and manifesto pledges, it is expected that the Budget will include announcements in a number of areas, including Capital Taxes, National Insurance, Corporation Tax, R&D Tax Credits and Entrepreneur’s Relief to name a few.

At this Budget presentation from Streets Chartered Accountants taking place in both Lincoln and Hull, there’ll be a review of the announcements; guidance on the impact of changes for individuals and businesses and an indication as to the steps to be taken to deal with the announcements.

Moreover, there’ll be an insight into the potential tax changes and financial implications following Brexit.

The aim is to help delegates minimise any potential tax liabilities; create and protect wealth, and take advantage of any schemes introduced to help individuals and businesses in the current climate.

The presentation in Lincoln takes place between 12-2pm at The Eliot Room at Bishop Grosseteste University, while the Hull event takes place at the Mariners Suite at The Country Park Inn from 8-10am.

If you’d like to attend either presentation on Friday 13 March, fill out the booking form online (for either Lincoln or Hull), or email Sophie Smith slgsmith@streetsweb.co.uk or call 01522 551200.

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