Breakfast briefing to tuck into effects of Budget 2016

Breakfast briefing to tuck into effects of Budget 2016

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Stephen Kinsella
Stephen Kinsella

A special Shannon Chamber breakfast briefing will tuck into the Budget and analyse its effects this Wednesday.

In what will be the new government’s first budget, Tuesday’s publication is eagerly anticipated. With uncertainty over the impact of Brexit, it is unclear which taxpayers, if any, will benefit from the Budget provisions. The Apple verdict will increase the focus on any FDI-related measures, with keen interest too in expected measures concerning the taxation of property-related debt, in particular where held within Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs).

Shannon Chamber, in conjunction with Grant Thornton, will host its annual post-Budget briefing on Wednesday, 12 October. Key presenters at this briefing will include Grant Thornton’s newly appointed tax director, Billy McMahon, who will assess the effects the budget will have on business, while guest speaker Dr Stephen Kinsella, senior lecturer in Economics at the University of Limerick, will present an overview of the impact on the wider economy.

The briefing, which is free of charge to members and non-members, will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Ennis Road, Limerick, commencing with registration and breakfast from 7.45am. Advance booking is essential and can be made online at: www.shannonchamber.ie/events/budget-breakfast-briefing-2017/

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