Accounting & Tax seminar 2019
Following another rollercoaster year of changes and uncertainty, we are pleased to welcome Phil Frost and Mark Morton, experienced financial lecturers from Mercia Group Limited to deliver our annual Accounting & Tax seminars in Ipswich and Cambridge.
These free events will be relatively technical in content and will therefore be of real interest to accountants, business owners and financial staff. It will also qualify for CPD.
As experienced financial trainers, Phil and Mark will guide you through current accounting, financial reporting and tax practices, discussing in detail:
- The impact of the Autumn Budget on OMBs;
- Making Tax Digital;
- A reminder of some of the key accounting issues in UK GAAP including the changes being introduced following the Triennial Amendments; and
- Related legality issues and distributable profits.
Date: Wednesday 20 February 2019
Venue: Wherstead Park, Ipswich, Suffolk. IP9 2BJ
Date: Thursday 21 February 2019
Venue: Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire, CB22 4QR
Registration for both seminars is at 8.30am for a 9am start. Breakfast rolls, pastries and plenty of coffee will be available on arrival and during a short comfort break at 10.45am. The seminar will finish at 1pm with questions and answers.
Phil Frost qualified in his home town of Sheffield. He worked for Financial Training for a number of years and was their midlands regional director before joining Mercia in 2001. He now lectures to the accounting profession and to those in industry and commerce on accounting, auditing, and related legal and regulatory topics as well as specialising in charity and property accounting together with international accounting standards.
Mark Morton joined HMRC in 1989 and undertook their full training exams. In 1996 he was made Deputy District Inspector for the Derby area and had detailed experience of all types of Revenue enquiries. Mark joined Mercia as an experienced lecturer and now provides a wide variety of CPD training around the country. He is also a well-known contributor to professional publications and provides technical consultancy to the accountancy profession.
How to book
Places are limited and do book up very quickly so early booking is advisable.
To secure your free place online please use the drop down box above to select your venue alternatively email Diana.firstname.lastname@example.org or call Diana on 01473 220051.
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