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Tax needn’t be taxing: Understanding the 2023 tax landscape and streamlining business impact

About this event

2022 was an unprecedented year, seeing a myriad of political upheavals and economic turbulence. The UK saw two budgets, three Chancellors, and four Prime Ministers as well as the ongoing ramifications of the Russia-Ukraine war and Covid-19 pandemic.

As we look to the year ahead, financial professionals both in-practice and industry must ensure they are aware of all tax changes impacting their businesses and clients. With the recent Corporation Tax hike, quarterly instalment payments (QIPs) and rising audit fees impacting businesses, how can businesses seek to offset higher costs, while ensuring compliance, and unlocking resource?

As digitalisation takes the industry by storm, can technology help finance professionals ensure they are compliant in the face of changing legislature? How can they ensure clean, accurate and robust data visibility while reducing the errors associated with manual tasks which needlessly consume time and money? As costs increase across the board, how can businesses and firms free up resources for more strategic and advisory endeavours?

Join this Accountancy Age webinar to hear from finance professionals, as we:

  • Explore the 2022-23 tax landscape and how these changes will impact both SMEs and larger businesses – and what this means for accountants
  • How finance professionals can ensure regulatory and financial compliance
  • How technology can unlock resources by reducing the burden of manual tasks and the errors associated with manual input
  • Understand potential tax changes in 2023-24

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Bev Wakefield Founder @ Vibrant Accountancy

    Beverley Wakefield is the owner of award-winning Vibrant Accountancy. The Accounting Excellence ‘New Firm of the Year 2021’ pride themselves on being innovators in an industry often seen as ‘stuffy and impenetrable’. With their straight-talking approach and no-nonsense attitude, Vibrant see themselves as working in partnership with their clients. A self-confessed tax geek, Bev has previously worked for Cooper Parry.

  • Guest speaker
    Praveen Gupta National Head of Tax @ Azets

    Praveen is the firm’s National Head of Tax with his specialisation being in Corporate Tax. Prior to Praveen joining the firm he trained and qualified as a CTA with a national practice in London before moving to the Midlands area. Praveen has a broad range of experience in UK taxation and acts for clients operating across varying sectors. Praveen’s wide experience allows him to advise entrepreneurs and their businesses across both their personal and corporate tax affairs. He provides his clients with a range of planning advice and likes to identify innovative ideas that bring real value to clients’ businesses, focusing on both cash tax savings and the wider tax strategy of the business.