The Chancellor of the Exchequer Rt Hon. Rishi Sunak MP will make his Budget speech to the House of Commons on 3 March 2021.
We are in a different world, we have businesses with insolvency issues who are going bankrupt and the question is 'What issues has the budget now created?'. Andrew McKenzie-Smart will deliver a presentation discussing what proactive advice to give to your clients regarding issues the budget has created for them.
There will be an opportunity to raise questions and also be part of the discussion.
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ANDREW MCKENZIE-SMARTAndrew (Mac) McKenzie-Smart is a Chartered Accountant as well as a qualified Chartered Tax Adviser & member of the Association of Tax Technicians. Mac has broad tax experience, solid technical skills, and has provided numerous seminars & conferences to tax professionals via the ICAEW, CIOT and ACCA. He has also provided technical updates on tax issues to the clients & staff of the practices he has worked at.
Currently he is a member of Smart Accounting & Tax Solutions LLP, which he established in 2011, after working for Smith & Williamson Limited, Haines Watts and Rawlinson & Hunter.
Although he is happy to cover most tax areas, he specialises in tax planning for owner managed or family run businesses, and particularly cases where the owners are not UK domiciled, not UK tax resident, or businesses which have structuring issues to resolve.
He is the former President of the Croydon & District Society of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales, as well as a former National Chairman of the Joint ATT & CIOT Branch Network. He continues to be involved in the South London & Surrey branch of the CIOT having previously been Chairman between 2008 & 2011. He chairs the ICAEW Croydon & District Tax Discussion Group as well as the one for South East London. The Tax Discussion Group he chairs covers the issues affecting general practitioners in the South London & Surrey area each month.
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