Oxford Road (Very Near Town Centre)
Reading, England RG1 7RH

An insightful tax planning seminar for contractors and freelancers will be held on September 9 in Reading.

The event is organised by financial planners Wealth Matters and will feature speakers from PCG 'the voice of freelancers', Crunch.co.uk - the online accountants accounting being hosted by PCG 'the voice of freelancing', financial planners Wealth Matters, online accountants Crunch.co.uk and financial economist's Dimensional.

The idea behind the evening is to provide freelancers and contractors with practical common sense business advice as well as taking an informed look at what the current economic climate has in store for them.

* PCG's Iain McIlwee will speak about current events and issues affecting contractors and freelancers.

* Wealth Matters' Julian Gilbert and Paul Cleworth will talk about tax planning including a review of the Coalition Budget, how this affects contractors and what you can do about it.

* Crunch.co.uk's Darren Fell and Steve Crouch (ex. HMRC Chartered Accountant) will also be discussing the budget together with providing simple tax saving strategies for contractors and explaining their unique on-line accountancy service.

* Dimensional's David Jones will be speaking about “logical investing” in today’s markets .

The venue for the Contractors Seminar is The Penta Hotel, Oxford Road, Reading, RG1 7RH,  Tel: 0118 958 6222.

Please arrive at the hotel at 6.30pm. We will provide teas and coffees upon arrival. We are aiming to finish the formal part of the evening by 8.45pm. There will be an opportunity to converse with our speakers before and after the formal part of the evening.

Due to the popularity of the event, numbers are limited. Therefore, if for any reason you cannot attend, we would appreciate it if you could email us on [email protected] or call Tel: 0800 954 1501

We look forward to seeing you on the night. Please feel free to contact us prior to the event should you have any questions.
The format of the evening is as follows:

6.30 pm Arrive at Hotel, Reception (Teas, Coffees)
7.00 pm Seminar to begin - introductions
7.05 pm Speakers to present to audience
8.30 pm Question and Answer session
8.45 pm End

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