Autumn Budget update webinar

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Webinar: Autumn Budget update

This webinar will examine the choices announced by the Chancellor in the October 2021 Autumn Budget update.

Earlier this year, Chancellor Rishi Sunak indicated his intention to return to the pattern established by his predecessor, Phillip Hammond, of having an autumn Budget, which allows time for legislation to be passed before the following 5 April and Spring Spending Review to look at how government department spending is to be allocated. The recent Covid-19 emergency disrupted that pattern. The statement due on 27 October is described by the Treasury as a Budget and Spending Review, so we don't know what to expect.

What delegates will gain:

  • appreciation of the changes announced and their impact on business and individuals
  • update on the progress of Making Tax Digital associated with:
    • fundamental reform of the basis periods used by unincorporated businesses
    • rumoured changes to CGT and IHT may now be clarified
    • the New Health and Social Care Tax, and how it will affect taxpayers, employers and employees

Date: 29 October 2021

Paul Soper FCCA, lecturer, consultant and broadcaster

Paul qualified with Stoy Hayward and has since been both a partner in a small firm and sole practitioner. He is now a consultant and lecturer on taxation issues focusing mainly on small practitioners, and has presented extensively for firms both large and small as well as ACCA and other organisations.

Paul has extensive broadcasting experience both on the radio with the BBC, Radios 1, 2 and 4 as well as local radio in London and in Wales, and on TV – he was one of the regular presenters of the first 3 series of Moneyspinner on Channel 4, has appeared in numerous videos produced and presented for various organisations including the BBC Accountants TV Channel. He produces, writes, records and present podcasts both for his own website and for others as diverse as the Neighbourhood Watch and ACCA.