Accountants and business advisers in Walsall and Kidderminster will hold post-Budget seminar briefings to examine the fall-out of the Chancellor’s speech.
Experts from Horwath Clark Whitehill will review what they describe as “dramatic changes to business and personal life” at free taxation and budget seminars on Friday.
Pat Moore, chairman of the firm’s Midlands practice, believes Alistair Darling’s speech will be among the most fascinating in history.
He said: “The Chancellor has kept us in suspense this year by attending the G20 summit before finalising his Budget proposals.
“This has all the makings of a fascinating and possibly dramatic Budget, as Mr Darling tries to deal with the almost unprecedented financial turmoil that is sweeping the globe.”
Johnathan Dudley, along with Graham Apperley, Horwath Clark Whitehill tax director for the Midlands, will give presentations at the free seminars.
The keynote speaker at both events will be Mark Berrisford-Smith, senior economist in the Business Unit at HSBC Bank, who will be given additional time to deliver the full benefits of his insight into the economic climate.
Mrs Moore added: “We hope leading business people in the region will be able to join us at one of these two fascinating seminars – because it is likely the changes that we will need to review are likely to have a huge impact on business and personal lives.”
The first seminar takes place on Friday at 8.30am at the Granary Hotel, Shenstone, Kidderminster. The second takes place at the Village Hotel and Leisure Club, Walsall, at 2pm.
Refreshments will be available after the presentations at both venues.
To book a place at either seminar please contact Miriam Sherwood on 01562 60101.