UK Budget 2011: the Ernst & Young response
24 March 2011 at 14.30 GMT
How will the UK Budget 2011 affect your company? What is the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, predicting will happen to the UK economy? Where and how will he raise revenues? And how will he shape his spending plans in the face of a continuing deficit?
Join Ernst & Young's team of tax professionals for a live webcast on 24 March at 14:30 London time, just 24 hours after the Chancellor delivers his Budget to the House of Commons - for immediate insight into the Chancellor's proposals, as well as analysis of the potential impact for businesses and individuals.
The discussion will be led by Chris Sanger, Ernst & Young's (UK) Head of Tax Policy, and Patrick Stevens, Tax Partner, Ernst & Young LLP (UK). Economic insight will also be provided by Andrew Goodwin, Senior Economic Adviser to the Ernst & Young ITEM Club, the independent economic forecasting group that uses the HM Treasury model of the UK economy to provide insight into consumers' financial services behaviour.
This webcast will be of interest to any business or individual with UK tax liabilities, and to tax professionals who provide UK tax advice. Attendees will have an opportunity to put questions to our panel through a live web interface.