Budget seminar | Bexley, Greater London | Bradleys Accountants

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The Budget for 2014 was made by the Chancellor, George Osborne, on Wednesday 19th March 2014 and contained many elements which will have a direct impact on local businesses. Since we think it is really important that local businesses around Bexley/Welling have a full understanding of what the budget will mean to them, we are organising a free post-budget review briefing on Monday 31 March, 2014 at the Holiday Inn Bexley, London.


Alan McCappin, our practice manager, will present the relevant items from the new budget looking particularly at tax implications and give you the opportunity to ask questions to help you to fully understand and make appropriate decisions.

The event is supported by Barclays Bank and Mark Chaston Solicitors and you will have the opportunity to discuss any legal or financial queries regarding your business at the same time.

All attendees will receive a detailed Bradleys Accountants Budget Report Summary and Tax Rate card 2014/15 to take away. And we are offering a light buffet after the event to ensure you don’t go home hungry.

Who should attend? Local Welling and Bexley businesses who want to be in the best position to maximise their profit in the light of the taxation changes introduced.

When: 31 Mar 2014

Timing: 5:45pm Registration, 6.00pm to 8.00pm – Presentation followed by a light buffet

Where: Holiday Inn London Bexley, Black Prince Interchange, Southwold Road, Bexley, DA5 1ND. Free parking is available for attendees. Directions for the hotel can be found here. For satnav, the postcode is DA5 1ND.

Telephone: 020 8303 1287

Email: contact@bradleysaccountants.co.uk

Price: Complimentary

Places are limited and we would therefore be grateful if you could complete the form to confirm your attendance by Wednesday 26 March 2014. We will email you with further information.

If you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact us on 020 8303 1287 and ask to speak to Jean Marie, or e-mail us at contact@bradleysaccountants.co.uk

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