Event dates: 9th February 2017 / 22nd March 2017 / 4th May 2017 / 14th June 2017 / 13th September 2017 / 2nd November 2017 / 29th November 2017
These seminars are aimed at those in their first year of business and will cover the following: Vision and Strategy, Records and Accountancy, Marketing, Financial Planning/Pension Auto Enrolment and Networking
Event dates: 14th March 2017 / 7th June 2017 / 6th December 2017
These seminars will cover issues including: Identifying the costs of auto-enrolment, Reviewing existing pension schemes for auto-enrolment compliance, Advising on and assisting with setting up a new, compliant auto-enrolment pension scheme and, include a Q&A session at the end.
Event dates: 22nd February 2017 / 1st March 2017 / 8th March 2017 / 15th March 2017 / 21st June 2017 / 28th June 2017 / 5th July 2017 / 12th July 2017 / 20th September 2017 / 27th September 2017 / 4th October / 11th October 2017
This is a series of 4 seminars each one covering a topic aimed at those who have been in business from 18 months—3 years. Each topic is presented by an expert from a local company and there are networking opportunities after each seminar. You can attend all 4 seminars or only those which are of interest to you. Topics covered will be: Marketing and PR, Management Accounts and Compliance, HR and Recruitment, and Projecting your Growth /IP and Trademarks.
Event dates: 9th February 2017 / 4th May 2017 / 20th July 2017 / 2nd November 2017
A free drop in session for all areas of personal tax, business tax and accounting can be discussed with qualified accountant Gary Eves. Appointments can be made if required.
Event date: 29th March 2017
US Citizens (& Green Card Holders) have complex reporting requirements to the US government including details of all foreign (UK) bank accounts. The US is unique in requiring citizens to file tax returns reporting worldwide income, even where there is no other US connection. Websters is a local firm, completing US and UK tax filings for Cambridge academics, tech firm employees, entrepreneurs and retirees. We are running a series of Free seminars for US filers.
Event dates: 10th February 2016 / 17th March 2016 / 18th May 2016 / 16th June 2016 / 8th September 2016 / 1st December 2016 / 7th December 2016
This seminar has speakers from websters, Oakwood Asset Wealth Management and will also offer a networking opportunity after the presentations.
Event dates: 17th March 2016 / 16th June 2016 / 8th September 2016 / 1st December 2016
All areas of tax and accounting can be discussed. websters is a tax, legal, accounting and financial planning practice and will be running FREE business surgeries, hosted by a qualified accountant “Gary Eves“.
Event dates: 20th September 2016 / 27th September 2016 / 4th October 2016 / 11th October 2016
These seminars are aimed at businesses who have been trading between 18 months – 3 years and are looking to grow. This series, which is run over a period of 4 weeks will answer your questions and help point you in the right direction. Each seminar is run by an expert and will be followed by a Q&A Session. The topics we’ll be covering include: Preparing for Growth, Accountancy, Recruitment and, Marketing and PR.
Event dates: 27th April 2016 / 7th July 2016
An informative event hosted by websters with Oakwood Asset Management to help you prepare for auto enrolment.
Event date: 16th March 2016
There have been significant changes to capital taxes in the last year and back by popular demand, if you have any tax or legal questions then do come along to the Cambridge Cancer Help Centre to meet websters’ solicitor, Liz Hooley, who will be happy to answer your queries.
Event date: 24th February 2016
You are invited to a free seminar which will take place on Wednesday 24th February 2016, at websters’ offices in Cambridge starting at 4.30pm. The seminar will be hosted by a panel of tax and pensions specialists who will cover tax and financial planning measures, including the new tax rules affecting companies and the new pension flexibility provisions which are relevant to the tax year-end 5th April 2016.
Event date: 7th January 2016
Pensions are an important part of planning and offer unparalleled tax-planning opportunities. However, the pension landscape is becoming increasingly complex but at the same time greatly liberalised. The lifetime allowance is being reduced from April 2016. This will affect many people and although there are steps that can be taken to reduce the impact you NEED TO ACT NOW!
Free workshop sessions particularly of interest to individuals;
– over 55 OR
– with income over £90,000 this tax year 2015/16.