How will Budget 2018 impact you and your business?
- Will this budget have a positive or negative impact on your payslip? Will there be an increase in the PAYE cut-off rate for the higher tax rate?
- Will the Mortgage Interest Relief be extended beyond the current 2017 end date?
- With no change to the 12.5% Corporation Tax Rate, what are the practical implications on Foreign Direct Investment in the context of Brexit?
Hosted in partnership with Property Industry Ireland, SCSI will be hosting our Budget 2018 Briefing on Wednesday, 11 October. Join us for full coverage of Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe's Budget 2018 announcement and enjoy a post-event networking reception with colleagues.
Wednesday, 11 October
4.30pm Registration, tea/coffee and networking
5.00pm Welcome address followed by
Business and personal tax update
6.30pm Briefing concludes with drinks and canapés reception
Venue Alexander Hotel, 41-47 Fenian Street, Dublin 2
CPD Attending this briefing will earn you 1.5 CPD hours
Dr. David Duffy, Director, Property Industry Ireland (PII), Ibec’s sectoral association for businesses in property and construction, will chair the event and moderate the concluding Q&A session.
Before joining PII, Dr. Duffy was a senior research officer at the ESRI, where his main research area was the housing market. He has published on such housing market issues as measuring house price change, negative equity, affordability, and household formation.
Damien Kelly, Chartered Accountant, Tax Consultant and Head of Finance in the utilities sector will deliver an update on business and personal tax and the impact each element will have on you. He will look back on the outcome of Budget 2017, conduct a scenario analysis of the impact that this year’s changes will have on your pocket and will deliver an update on what these changes mean for your business.
Damien has worked in Practice with Ernst & Young and lectures in the areas of Financial Management, Business, Tax and Accountancy on a number of third level programmes.
Dr. Kieran McQuinn, Research Professor, ESRI, will deliver an update on the outlook and growth for the Irish economy and will discuss recent ESRI research on Brexit and doing business in Ireland. Kieran works on the quarterly economic commentary (QEC) and housing related projects. His research interests include house prices, economic growth and household finance. He spent over 11 years working in the Irish Central Bank where he had management positions in the research and financial stability areas. He started his career in University College Cork and then joined Teagasc, the Irish agriculture and food development authority, where he worked for over 5 years as a research economist. Dr. McQuinn has a PhD in economics from NUI Maynooth.
Please note that this session will not be recorded for post event viewing.