Coronavirus to Credit Crisis? Advising Businesses on Surviving a Pandemic (NI) Recording

Summary

This is a recording of a webinar.

We are all living through a period of unprecedented uncertainty when advising clients on potential tax and insolvency pitfalls to avoid and it appears to be becoming even more difficult. The quest for certainty before investing can block business growth and stifle innovation. This one and a half hour panel discussion will help you to reflect on your action plan and approaches to make them fit for uncertain times and it appears to be becoming even more difficult. The quest for certainty before investing can block business growth and stifle innovation. This on and a half hour panel dicussion will help you to reflect on your action plan and approaches to make them fit for uncertain times.

Venue details:  
Online, Online, Online
Start date & time:  
01 April 2020 00:00
End date & time:  
01 January 2021 00:00
Price:  
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Training ticket cost:  
1.00
CPD hours:  
1.00
Speaker details
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Multi Speaker

Description

Product type:  
CPD online course
Category:  
Practice and business improvement

This is a recording of a webinar.

Who should attend?

Accountants in practice and in industry

Course Oveeview

  • Advising clients during lockdown – the good, the bad and the ugly
  • Relaxation of wrongful trading – what this means (and doesn’t mean)
  • Pitfalls for companies to avoid
  • Coronavirus updates, deferrals and time to pay where are we now?
  • Remember the budget? Budget recap
  • Working with HMRC in difficult times
  • Action plan and recommendations

Speakers

Iain Lundie advised clients ranging from start up businesses to several of Northern Ireland's Top 100 companies. In taking care of the compliance for a client, Iain can drive the tax planning function to ensure that no more tax needs to be paid than is necessary and that all of your affairs are looked after consistently.

Brian Hegarty is a director of our Audit division and is also managing director of HCA Business Recovery. As well as being a chartered accountant Brian is a licensed insolvency practitioner, R3 member and sits on CAI’s insolvency technical committee, NI.