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Practical tax planning for businesses

By Ensors Team
9th May 2012

Robert Leggett, Corporate Tax partner at Ensors Chartered Accountants, will be providing his thoughts on ‘practical tax planning for businesses during difficult times’ at the IOD Annual Conference on Wednesday 20 June at Woodhall Manor.

Robert will be hosting one of the 8 syndicate sessions that form part of the packed agenda put together by IOD Suffolk.  His talk will cover:

–  Motivating the workforce without it costing a fortune – revisiting share schemes and other employee incentives;

–  Costly pitfalls in remuneration & capital gains tax planning for business owners;

–  Splitting up the company – why might you want to do it and the best ways to achieve it; and

–  Financing your company tax efficiently – including the EIS and the new Seed EIS.

As well as the practical syndicate sessions, IOD Suffolk have secured 3 keynote speakers for the day. 

John McCarthy CBE who will tell his incredible survival story and the techniques he learnt for overcoming self-doubt and despair as he endured 1,943 days in squalid captivity at the hands of terrorist kidnappers in the Lebanon.

Stephen Drew, Senior Vice-Principal of Passmores Academy in Harlow, who will give an insight to his steely determination and belief that adults should do everything possible to recognise young people’s potential, a passion which brought him into the limelight in Channel 4’s Education Essex series.

Laura Kuenssberg, Business Editor for ITV News (and former Chief Political Editor for the BBC) won acclaim for her coverage of the 2010 General Election and covered Barack Obama’s Presidential campaign. She’ll give insights into the latest business stories hitting the headlines.

To secure your place visit the IOD Suffolk website