We’re all awaiting the announcements and potential ‘rabbits from the hat’ in tomorrow’s Autumn Statement.

Whatever the Chancellor Jeremy Hunt reveals in his speech in the House of Commons, his tax and spending plans are sure to provoke heated debate.

I’ll be scrutinising the budget and taxation updates at two events for the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT).

The first is a webinar for AAT members on Thursday 30 November. And the second is an in-person event for the Birmingham branch on Thursday 7 December.

Autumn Statement webinar for AAT members

Aat Logo 1 E1538491000749Title: Autumn Statement Update

Date: Thursday 30 November 2023

Time: 12:30pm (GMT)

Duration: 1 hour

Speaker: Stephanie Churchill

The webinar will cover:

  • Changes for individuals
  • Key shifts for businesses and corporations
  • The latest on VAT and SDLT
  • The practical implications these changes will have for accountants

The event is for members of the AAT and tickets are free. To book, use the following link: https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/4380787/04A30EC1265B3053569CF51CB418CF9E

Autumn budget update for Birmingham AAT Branch

Title: Autumn Budget Update

Date: Thursday 7 December 2023

Time: 6pm-8.15pm (6pm registration for 6.30pm start)

Location: Birmingham Metropolitan College, Sutton Coldfield Campus B74 2NW

Speaker: Stephanie Churchill

The event is for AAT students and members of the Birmingham branch.

The session will cover:

  • Changes for individuals
  • Key shifts for business and corporations
  • Latest update on VAT and SDLT
  • The practical implications for AAT members
  • Case study and solutions

Welcome drinks and canapés will be available. And after the presentation there will be a Q&A, followed by networking.

There’s plenty of free car parking at the college, which is a short walk from Sutton Coldfield railway station.

The event is free but spaces are limited. You must register your place online by Monday 4 December at: Birmingham Branch – Autumn Budget Update | AAT

(Note: the event is for AAT students and members but their guests can also register to attend.)

About me

I’m the founder and joint owner of Churchill Taxation, and I’ve been in the tax profession for around 30 years. I trained at one of the big four accountancy firms and worked in mid-tier companies for several years.

I’m a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), a practicing member of the AAT, and a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).

Learn more

To find out more or book me for future events, call me on 07813 434195 or email stephanie.churchill@churchilltaxation.co.uk

Steph Churchill

Stephanie Churchill

Managing director & co-owner of Churchill Taxation