For the first time, PKF Accountants & business advisers intends to deliver its Budget response well before the Chancellor sets out his financial plans to the House of Commons on March 21.
A free Norwich breakfast seminar two weeks before the 2012 Budget announcement will allow delegates to be ready for action in response to the fiscal changes.
"We know many of the likely key changes so rather than our usual digest afterwards we are offering action rather than reaction," said Michael Muskett MBE, senior partner for PKF in East Anglia.
Andrew Robinson, PKF's Director of Tax, tax manager Philip Hunt and Director of VAT Richard Wild will bring their expertise to an event which will provide responses to key questions such as:
Mr Robinson said most of the Government plans had already been declared. He also expected a crackdown on 'abusive' tax practices and possibly a specific attack on perceived tax avoidance by family firms.
He added: "What we'd like to see to support the local economy includes: a stamp duty land tax holiday on newly built homes, a complete rethink on proposals to withdraw Child Benefit for higher rate taxpayers from April 2013; a significant increase in the basic personal allowance; and a commitment to bring the main rate of corporation tax down to 20% in the next few years."
The free Budget breakfast seminar is to be held in Norwich on March 7th, to book places contact Tracy Cox on 01493 382528 or email email@example.com