Whitley Stimpson, Accountancy Age Top 100 firm and overall winner of the 2018 Cherwell Business Awards, hosted three Autumn Budget seminars last Tuesday, just a day after Chancellor Philip Hammond’s speech.
The day began at A Day in the Country, Aynho, with a well-attended breakfast seminar where delegates enjoyed informal networking before engaging presentations from Whitley Stimpson – Director Owen Kyffin and Manager Ian Parker. There was also a special talk on the VAT implications of the Budget, given by Senior Manager John Skinner.
It was then time to head to Buckinghamshire, where High Wycombe’s Oak Room hosted the lunchtime seminar. Once again, Owen and Ian provided insight into what the Budget will mean for businesses and individuals.
The day concluded in West Oxfordshire, where the Blanket Hall in Witney served as the concluding venue.
All three seminars were extremely well-received by those in attendance and helped to shed light on the Chancellor’s changes.
Staff from all four of Whitley Stimpson’s offices were present as they too were able to offer guests their own thoughts on the Budget.
Managing Director Jonathan Walton said: “We’re delighted to have been able to host these three seminars in one day, two in Oxfordshire and one in Buckinghamshire, so quickly after the Chancellor’s speech. I’m pleased to see so many people benefitting from the expert advice relating to the more detailed areas of the Budget that our team can offer.
“People will see we are a friendly, knowledgable bunch serving businesses of all sizes.”
To read Whitley Stimpson’s Autumn Budget newsletter, click here.