A prominent business event celebrates a special anniversary this year, thanks to the loyal support of Fife’s business community. Thomson Cooper will be hosting their twentieth Budget Analysis at the Carnegie Conference Centre in Dunfermline on Friday 10th March, the longest running event of its kind in Fife. The seminar is free and features a workshop on pension auto-enrolment and a networking lunch. It forms part of their long-established Business Development Programme that aims to provide knowledge sharing opportunities to address the real issues that business owners face.
The firm began hosting their Budget Briefings back in the late 1990s when Chancellor Gordon Brown introduced ISAs and Working Families Tax Credits. Although the political and economic landscapes have changed dramatically since then, the Thomson Cooper analysts will endeavour to deliver planning pointers to help business owners navigate the challenges ahead.
Managing Partner David Walker believes that content is the key to the event’s staying power, “Every year we gather feedback from our guests. They value the way our experts provide specific examples of how the Budget will affect them and what practical tax planning tips can be used to their benefit. The lunch afterwards is also appreciated. Thanks to everyone who has supported us over the years.”
The firm are also hosting a Budget Breakfast in Edinburgh on the same day. Spaces at both events are limited so booking is essential. Register online at www.thomsoncooper.com or call Lynn Wardlaw on 01383 628800.