Join ACCA Ireland for our annual Budget Briefing Session on 28 September, brought to you this year in partnership with Grant Thornton, which will be delivered by GT Tax Directors, Kim Doyle, James McMahon and Janette Maxwell.
We are delighted to be joined by the Grant Thornton Ireland Tax Team for this session, who will give their expert thoughts and opinions on the 2023 Budget and its potential impact on the Irish economy, businesses and individuals.
The Budget labelled ‘A Cost of Living Budget’ is expected to include measures to tackle inflation and the increasing cost of living, one of the key tax policy objectives stated by the government is to avoid workers paying more tax because they move through higher tax brackets due to inflation.
During the session, our panel of speakers will look how the outcome of the Budget will affect;
- Corporation Tax
- Personal Tax
- And more.
James McMahon, Director
James joined Grant Thornton in 2015 and leads our Tax Incentives team. Since joining, he has gained significant experience in providing tax advice to a wide range of clients from SME’s to large multinationals. James specialises in advising clients across the tax compliance and planning aspects of research and development tax credits, KDB reliefs, IP allowances, Transfer Pricing corporate structuring and exit tax issues.
Janette Maxwell, Director
Janette joined Grant Thornton in 2010 and is currently a Director with the Indirect Tax team. Her specialties include property transactions and cross border trade. She also has experience with transaction taxes.
Janette is a tax lecturer with Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI), the Irish Tax Institute (AITI) and Griffith College Dublin. In addition, Janette has drafted tax materials for a number of respected tax and legal publications.
Kim joined Grant Thornton in 2020 as Tax Director to lead and develop the firm’s Tax Knowledge Centre. She joined the firm from Chartered Accountants Ireland where she worked for over 10 years representing the accountancy profession on areas of tax law, policy and administration. She lectured extensively in tax for professional qualifications, she is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars and she frequently writes on tax for professional publications.