Portadown Chamber of Commerce, in association with GMcG Portadown, will host a Business Breakfast Briefing on March 21st at Portadown's Millennium Court Arts Centre.
This Breakfast Briefing will be a follow up to the very successful Autumn Statement event hosted by Portadown Chamber and GMcG in November 2016.
With presentations from senior GMcG Tax Consultants and from the Chief Executive of Retail NI, the event will cover a number of key topics that are of particular relevance to local businesses and individuals. GMcG's Gill Johnston explains:
"We believe it is important to be proactive in the community with organisations like Portadown Chamber. It presents a great opportunity to offer real value with tips and updates on issues that could affect businesses and individuals locally. A feature of this type of event is our ability to dissect a lot of complex HMRC legislation to provide concise updates that are relevant and easily understood."
Helen is a highly experienced advisor in both personal and corporate taxation matters. Helen’s presentation will cover a number of key aspects of taxation, including pre year-end planning, income structuring, preserving child benefit and maximising reliefs.
As a follow up to our successful Autumn Statement event in Portadown, Paul returns to deliver his assessment of the impact of key announcements in the Chancellor’s Spring Budget. Paul has over 20 years’ experience in advising on personal, employer and business tax, providing clients with practical solutions geared towards tax efficient outcomes.
Glyn is a prominent spokesperson for the business community and head of Retail NI, representing over 1600 members in retail, wholesale, suppliers and affiliated Chambers of Commerce. Glyn will provide his insight on the proposed rates reform and the likely impact on our local businesses.
8.00am Arrival and light breakfast
8.30am Helen Allen: Top Tax Tips
8.50am Paul O’Connor: Budget 2017 Overview
9.00am Glyn Roberts: NIRates Reform
9.15am Questions, panel discussion