A Cornish accountancy firm is hosting a seminar for business owners and employers to give tax planning advice ahead of the 2015 election.
Chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser, Robinson Reed Layton, will be hosting the seminar on Thursday, February 12, at The Alverton in Truro.
The event will be led by Robinson Reed Layton’s tax partner, James Bailey, who will provide year-end tax planning advice, with valuable insights into how the election may influence future tax planning.
Highlighting both personal and business taxes, Bailey will be giving useful tips for good tax housekeeping before the end of the 2014/2015 tax year.
He said: “General elections always lead political parties to offer bread and circuses in the form of proposed tax cuts for their demographic of choice and proposed tax raids on their propaganda hate figures.
“I hope to provide a summary of both and an opportunity to review the likely effects on the local economy.”
This seminar will replace the Robinson Reed Layton Budget breakfast, usually held in March.
For more information or to book your place on to the seminar, click here.