Autumn Budget Briefing: Lasting impact, or simply forgettable?

Autumn Budget Briefing: Lasting impact, or simply forgettable?

All eyes are on Philip Hammond next week, as the chancellor announces the Autumn Budget. Join us on Thursday 23 November at 9.30am for an Accountancy Age Budget Briefing webinar to review the highlights, lowlights and surprises

All eyes are on Philip Hammond next week, as the chancellor announces the Autumn Budget on 22 November. Will pensions suffer, will the gig economy be addressed, and will Hammond respond to the Paradise Papers with a tax avoidance crackdown?

Join us on Thursday 23 November at 9.30am for an Accountancy Age Budget Briefing webinar, as we review the highlights of the Budget, discuss the shocks or surprises, and consider what it all means for the accountancy industry.

Our panel will discuss:

  • The top Budget takeaways
  • How the changes affect your business and clients
  • What to expect in 2018

Register now to reserve your place.

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