Minister of Finance, Paschal Donohoe, will announce Budget 2020 on 8 October. His priority is likely to be to keep the foundations of Ireland’s hard-earned economic stability intact and prepare for every eventuality as the country faces unprecedented uncertainty as Brexit approaches.
But what will the changes in the Budget mean for you and your business as you look toward 2020 and beyond?
We are delighted to invite you to attend a Budget 2020 briefing with PwC on 9 October, 2019. PwC tax experts will present their insights into the measures introduced and what they will mean for you, for your business and for Ireland.
PwC’s Wexford 2020 Budget Breakfast Briefing in association with County Wexford Chamber on Wednesday, 9th October 2019, will provide insight on the measures announced and what they will mean for you and your business.
PwC’s team of specialist professionals, Billy Sweetman, Brian Hogan and Ray Griffin will share their views on Budget 20 and the general economic outlook for the year ahead.
When: Wednesday, 9th October 2019
Venue: The Talbot Hotel, Wexford
Time: 7.30am Registration and pre-event networking with full breakfast
8.00am – 9.30am Briefing
Fee: €10 Chamber Members; €25 Non Members (incl. VAT)
RSVP: (before October 7th) Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Wexford Chamber on 053 91 22226.
Billy Sweetman, PwC Partner
Billy will share his views on the impact of the Budget on businesses, with a particular focus on the global forces that are shaping budgetary policy. Billy leads the Wexford team at PwC, and provides audit and business advisory services to both indigenous and multinational companies.
Brian Hogan, PwC Senior Tax Manager
Brian will provide his views on the impact of the Budget on individual tax payers. Brian works with a broad range of indigenous Irish businesses, multinational clients and public bodies on issues relating to corporate tax, VAT and RCT.
Ray Griffin, Lecturer at WIT School of Business
Ray Griffin will explore the prospects and potential for the South East region’s economy, in the context of budget 2020 and the Ireland 2040 plans. A lecturer in strategy at WIT School of Business, Ray teaches on WIT’s MBA and DBA programmes. Perhaps best known for his commentary on the regional economy his academic research explores the labour market. An Irish Research Council alumni, Ray was recently awarded €3.5m by the EU to fund his new work on algorithms to visualise employment data.
This is one of the best attended events every year so we recommend that interested attendees book early!
We look forward to seeing you on the morning.
By attending this briefing you may be eligible to earn CPD points. Please contact your awarding body for further details.