A free presentation for Finance Directors, Chief Finance Officers and Senior Finance Managers providing a topical update on the financial, reporting and tax issues affecting businesses and organisations.
Speakers and Topics
Simon Wicks, CEO of ButlerRose, will give an overview of how the recruitment market has changed in the last 12 months due to Covid-19, particularly in terms of candidates’ availability and expectations. He will give some insight into what you can do to position yourself as an employer of choice throughout the recruitment process, thus attracting and securing the best talent in the market.
The pandemic and year-end reporting and changes to financial reporting following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU
Alan Endersby, Audit Partner, Streets Chartered Accountants
Few, if any businesses, will not have been affected by the impact of the pandemic. A situation which will no doubt see the need to re-visit financial management and reporting. Alan’s presentation will look at the impact of the situation in terms of:
- The pandemic - in year or a post balance sheet event
- Year-end financial statement, provisions and valuations
- Going concern and disclosures
- When to report
- Looking forwards
Whilst UK businesses trading with EU member states are probably getting to grips with new processes and procedures around movement of goods and business transactions, it seems that the changes to accounting treatment and financial reporting may still not be fully understood. With this in mind, Alan will look at the impact of our withdrawal on financial reporting for those businesses doing business within the EU.
Corporate tax planning in light of the Budget 2021
Luke Prout, Corporate Tax Partner, Streets Chartered Accountants
The Budget on 3rd March provided a financial roadmap for business recovery with support for those still impacted by the pandemic and incentives for those looking to invest in their own and the country’s economic prosperity.
Luke’s presentation will focus on a number of key measures announced by the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, including:
- The introduction of ‘super deduction’ for businesses investing in plant and machinery and first year capital allowances
- The temporary extension for the carry back of trading losses
- Planning for an increase in Corporation Tax from 1st April 2023