Will something wicked this way come? Your answer to this may vary with your political views but there is little doubt that 2019 has brought more than its fair share of uncertainty along with politically charged changes to taxation, continuing pressure on some of the UK’s key business sectors and changes at the heart of Government. Despite all this the final terms (if any) of Brexit remain unknown.
Our Autumn business breakfasts will explore developments in VAT, look at possible changes to supplier and customer relationships set against the background of the latest Brexit position as well as providing an update on employee incentives and employment taxes and pitfalls.
|08:00 - 08:30||Registration and full English breakfast|
|08:00 - 09:00||Presentations|
|VAT updated 2019
David Gage, Associate Director, Business Tax Services
David will outline some recent VAT developments and what may change post Brexit
|Leaving EU behind?
Kevin Parish, Associate Director, Recovery & Restructuring Services
Kevin will consider supply chain and customer risks and relationships in the context of the latest position in the UK's planned exit from the EU and the potential impacts of a no-deal departure.
|Employment incentives and taxation changes
Paul Duckworth, Partner, Business Tax Services
Paul will outline the current employment incentives used by many companies for equity ownership, as well as providing a timely reminder on employment tax changes, opportunities and pitfalls.