St Neots accountants offer Budget briefing
ST NEOTS chartered accountants Streets are offering the chance of a briefing on the Chancellor’s March 23 Budget.
The firm will spend the 24 hours after George Osborne sits down analysing the implications for individuals and companies before giving the briefing the following afternoon.
“It seems the Government is not going to be side tracked from the deficit reduction programme,” said Streets’ marketing partner James Pinchbeck.
“Against this background and the fact that economic growth might be, at best, described as weak, it will undoubtedly be interesting to hear and learn more about the announcements.
“Certainly it will be a balancing act in terms of getting the public purse in order, while at the same time creating an environment in which enterprise can flourish.”
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Mr Pinchbeck said the focus would be on helping delegates to minimize any potential tax liabilities, create and protect wealth, take advantage of any schemes introduced to help businesses in the current climate, and avoid the pitfalls of legislative changes, while offering tactical tax planning for the financial year and helping to relieve the burden of red tape.
INFORMATION: The event is at the Waterfront Conference Centre, Great North Road, Wyboston MK44 3AL, between 4pm and 5.45pm on Thursday March 24. Book online at www.streetsweb.co.uk/events/streets-budget-roadshow-2011, by e-mail to email@example.com or by phoning 0845 880 0320.
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