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Ensors hosts Budget Breakfast briefing in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 15:55 24 October 2017

Chancellor Philip Hammond leaving 11 Downing Street. Picture: STEFAN ROUSSEAU/PA WIRE

Chancellor Philip Hammond leaving 11 Downing Street. Picture: STEFAN ROUSSEAU/PA WIRE

Accountancy firm Ensors is set to host its popular Budget Breakfast Briefing in Ipswich next month as part of a series of events.

The briefing, on Friday, November 24, at 7.45am to 9.30am, at Wherstead Park, Ipswich, IP9 2BJ, is free of charge.

Following a full English breakfast, the Ensors tax team will provide a view on the Chancellor’s announcements in the Autumn Budget on November 22, highlighting the potential impacts from both a personal and business perspective.

The breakfast briefings are being held across the region and, as they are free of charge, places do fill up fast. For more information and to secure your place please visit www.ensors.co.uk/budget-breakfast-2017.

Alternatively, you can contact Amy Read by email amy.read@ensors.co.uk or phone on 01473 220051.

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