On Friday 29 September, Taxback are hosting the second event of our Smart Money Sessions webinar series.
Our latest webinar will focus on Budget 2024 and how it is likely to affect workers in Ireland.
With Budget Day approaching on 10 October and an agreed package of €6.4 billion, there is rising speculation about what changes the government will introduce.
Tax cuts, further energy credits, additional child benefit payments and an increase in the state pension are just some of the measures that could be on the cards.
Join our free webinar here to hear our Budget 2024 discussion and learn how you can make the most of your financial entitlements.
Who should attend this event?
This virtual event is for everyone!
Our panel of speakers will discuss how the government is likely to approach key issues on Budget Day and shed some light as to whether Irish taxpayers can expect to enjoy tax savings next year.
The panel will cover a range of topics, including the cost-of-living crisis, housing, healthcare, childcare, and more.
And they will provide tips on how workers can ensure they do not miss out on any budget benefits announced.
To attend this free session, simply register here.
Let’s introduce our panel of speakers!
MC – Sinead Ryan
Journalist | Broadcaster
Sinead has worked as a print and broadcast journalist for 20 years writing on consumer, property and personal finance matters for the Irish Independent. Sinead also presents 'The Home Show' on Newstalk on Saturday mornings.
She is an experienced MC, conference host, interviewer and keynote speaker, mainly on business and financial topics, including pensions.
Prior to her media career, Sinead worked for over a decade in financial services after qualifying as a financial adviser. She also holds diplomas in Journalism and Economics.
Personal Finance Editor - Irish Independent
Charlie campaigns on consumer issues, focusing on variable mortgage rates, credit unions and high motor insurance premiums.
He was first to expose the tracker mortgage scandal.
Charlie was honoured with an Outstanding Achievement Award at the annual Business Journalists’ Association and Smurfit Business School journalism awards in 2016.
Business Development Director - Taxback
Marian Ryan, has over 12 years’ experience advising individuals and corporates on tax compliance to individuals and companies, both domestically and globally.
Marian specialises in Irish taxation and has significant experience in both employment taxes and compensation and benefits, working with diverse clients across a range of industry sectors, including market-leading multinationals in technology, financial services and software.
In addition, Marian also has extensive experience in delivering presentations, seminars and taxation briefings, both to individuals at VIP and Senior Executive level, as well as groups.
CEO - Tigers Childcare
Karen Clince is founder and chief executive of Tigers Childcare, one of Ireland’s largest childcare providers with 21 centres in Dublin, Meath, Kildare, Cork, and London.
Karen has worked for almost 20 years in the childcare sector, starting in 2003 when she set up Ireland’s first after-school facility to cater for the growing number of working parents seeking flexible childminding options.
Today Tigers Childcare employs over 300 people and caters for over 2100 children providing pre-school, full day care and after-school childcare.
Karen is actively involved in advocating for high quality childcare services and state supports at government and industry level. She is chair if the Fingal Childcare Committee in Dublin and has regularly advised on policy direction for childcare and early years education.
Managing Director - Get Let Letting Agents
Gavin Mulcahy is the founder and managing director of Get Let Letting Agents. Established in 2005, Get Let is now trusted to manage over 725 properties throughout Dublin. Get Let’s focus is on offering the best possible service to both landlords and tenants, it has become a brand synonymous with quality in its industry.
Like all letting agents, Get Let has seen many of its landlords exit the market over the past year. We look forward to hearing Gavin’s thoughts on what he believes would keep landlords in the market and also entice new investment.
When does the event take place?
Taxback’s Budget 2024 webinar will take place on Friday 29 September 2023 at 12:30pm.
How can I attend the event?
This free event will take place virtually. Therefore, you can attend by watching online on your mobile device or laptop.
To gain access, all you have to do is register here.