Join us as we reflect on the implications of Rishi Sunak’s Spring budget. While we’re not expecting a tax-raising budget (that will come later), we would not be surprised to see changes that lay the ground for the Prime Minister’s much vaunted levelling-up agenda – the next election is approaching surprising quickly.
Limited companies look vulnerable, especially where they are used primarily as tax shelters, while the large cash balances held by private companies (around a third of GDP) must be tempting for a Chancellor with empty coffers.
Our team of economics graduates will be burning the midnight oil, looking for signals for when and how the Chancellor will start the return to fiscal prudence; for clues as to how far his conversion to a more Keynesian approach is likely to extend and for ways we can help our clients pay their fair share but no more.
The session will focus on the implications of any changes for business leaders and investors, both immediately and over the next few years, and look at the changes we may need to make to our longer-term strategies.
Date: 5 March 2021
Time(s): 10.00 am - 11.00 am
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
Where: This is a virtual event
The Masterclass will last an hour with the opportuntiy to continue the conversation.
Refreshments will be available from a kitchen near you.