Topical tax planning – Post Budget 2022 Tips and advice for business owners
A short 30 minute guide on Topical tax planning with Maura Ginty Tax Specialist and Donegal Business Network for businesses – Delivered via Zoom.
Get access to full Handout Guide from Maura as after the event HERE.
NO Meeting Recording after the event due to personal nature of the questions.
Third Wednesday Lunch & Learn October 20th 1.00 to 1.45 pm
What will you learn?
This short session will take place just after we have all digested the details in the Budget 2021. Maura Ginty from Gintax will answer questions and clear up any confusion, as best she can.
During this session, we will take participants through:
Topical tax planning post Budget 2022
• Budget 2022 – behind the headlines
• Key tax reliefs for individuals – a quick run through
• Employees & Directors – tax efficient pay
• Savings to invest? Tax considerations
• Business owners & planning for retirement/succession – pension or 0% or 33%?
Who is the event for?
This event will focus mainly on business owners but some aspects will be relevant to all taxpayers. Small to medium sized businesses in Donegal or Ireland generally, this online event is for you.
Speaker bio: Maura Ginty of Gintax.ie
Maura set up her own tax advisory practice Gintax in February 2020; based in Westport – Maura works with clients nationwide and also other accountants, solicitors for specialist queries.
She is a Chartered Accountant and Member of Irish Tax Institute, prior to setup had spent 16 years in KPMG.
More info here www.gintax.ie/about
The above Lunch & Learn will be a 45 minutes session of content and 15 minutes for questions. We will use ZOOM to deliver this meeting online.
Registration at Eventbrite FREE HERE
All registrants will be sent the link as it is a limited capacity meeting specifically for certain Donegal Business Networks and guests.
All attendees will receive a link in the follow up email to a downloadable pdf with the tips from Maura
Donegal Business Network
Donegal Women in Business
Tech NorthWest SkillNet
and Business Matters at Highland Radio