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Budget Breakfast 2018

Date: Wednesday, 10th October

Time: 7.45am-9.15am

Venue: Dooley's Hotel

Cost: €20 per person

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What does this Budget mean for you and your business? How do the substantive changes that appear in the Budget impact your business as you look toward 2019 and beyond?

Tax experts from PwC will outline the detailed changes in the Budget and economist Jim Power will provide an overview of the effect of the Budget on the economy.

Jim PowerJim Power - Economist

Jim is one of Ireland's leading economic advisors. He writes frequently for The Examiner and other newspapers and is a regular guest on radio and television programmes, providing insight on issues affecting the Irish and European economies. We are delighted that Jim will be joining us again this year to look at what the 2019 Budget means for our domestic economy and beyond.

Ronan FurlongRonan Furlong - PwC Partner

Ronan leads PwC's South East tax practice. He works with a broad range of indigenous Irish businesses and multinational clients, specialising in the areas of corporate tax, mergers and acquisitions, real estate and succession planning. Ronan is also a council member of the Irish Taxation Institute.

 

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