Redhill and Reigate Business Forum: Will ‘Hard’ Brexit mean a ‘Hard’ Budget?
The Chancellor will present the Spring Budget on Wednesday 8 March. With recent optimism following the Prime Minister’s speech on her party’s Brexit strategy, should we expect a Budget which is going to prepare the country for the storm ahead?
In his Autumn Statement in October, Mr Hammond was keen to herald and support the fast-growing, high employment economy. This included a plan to cut Corporation Tax to 17% by 2020 and a simplification of the Substantial Shareholding Exemption to help make the UK an attractive place to do business. Will we see further changes to pave the way for a UK which is ‘open for business’?
To help you understand how the Budget announcements will affect you and your business, specialist Tax Partner, Tim Stovold from Redhill based Kingston Smith LLP will discuss the economic and fiscal outlook and its effect on UK business while Steve Lane of Robinsons will provide an insight into the local property market.
Redhill & Reigate Business Forum invite you to an invaluable seminar you cannot afford to miss.
Start time 5pm-6pm
Networking 6pm-7pm with drinks and canapés
How to book:
To book your place, please contact Anita Avery at Surrey Chambers on 01483 735540 or email email@example.com
Date: April 5, 2017
Partner, Kingston Smith
Reigate and Banstead Borough Council