Free Budget Briefing Event In The Rose Hotel Next Week

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KERRY County Council Local Enterprise Office in association with Peevers Slye Cotter (PSC Taxation Services) will present a Budget 2024 Briefing in The Rose Hotel on Thursday, October 12 from 9.30am to 11.30am.

The briefing will summarise the main points arising from the Budget to be announced on October 10.

There will be particular emphasis on the tax changes announced, including changes in tax rates, withdrawal of any tax reliefs, new reliefs introduced, etc.

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The briefing will also cover any tax planning ideas that arise from the Budget.  Finally, with the tax year end in mind, the briefing will remind attendees of some tax planning ideas that should be considered before December 31.  All taxes will be covered.

The seminar will be delivered by Francis Moriarty, Tax Director at PSC who will also be available to answer questions on the day.

Tralee Chamber Alliance will also be in attendance on the day and urges businesses to attend this briefing for an in-depth review of how this budget will affect each business across the county.  Tea/Coffee/Pastries will be served.  To book your place at the event, click here.

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One Comment

  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    The briefing better be good as this will be the last so-called budget giveaway for a while.
    Before a recession the economy is always at peak, in GDP, employment and even property prices. Then there is a burst and everyone realises there were in a bubble.
    Take housing at the moment, it has recovered but to what! to the values of the last bubble. The current head of the central bank is from New Zealand and when he was first appointed was under political pressure to increase the income / loan variable that people could borrow but he resisted and it did not happen. However, there were signs that the market was peaking and this was all of a sudden changed and first time buyers incentives were introduced by the government and banks. In fact mortgage debt is now at a new record, greater than 2007 and despite rising interest rate hikes. Some, believe that the rate will be lowered soon and they may be right as this is what happens when a recession and job losses occur.
    It is a cycle and I have attached a YouTube video to education people about the debt cycle.

    Beware, money = debt.

    This is What it Looks Like Right Before a Depression Starts:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJrQQy2gLY0

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