Tax on menu at the business breakfast

Pictured at a business breakfast at Millennium Court on Tuesday are from left, Gill Johnston, associate partner, GMcG Accountants, Tony Nicholl, managing partner, GMcG, Glyn Roberts, chief executive, Retail NI, Adrian farrell, president, Portadown Chamber of Commerce, Paul O'ConnorDirector, GMcG, and Helen Allen, senior manager, GMcG. INPT12-225.
Pictured at a business breakfast at Millennium Court on Tuesday are from left, Gill Johnston, associate partner, GMcG Accountants, Tony Nicholl, managing partner, GMcG, Glyn Roberts, chief executive, Retail NI, Adrian farrell, president, Portadown Chamber of Commerce, Paul O'ConnorDirector, GMcG, and Helen Allen, senior manager, GMcG. INPT12-225.

Representatives of local businesses across Portadown were given an insight into the latest tax developments and rates reform at a breakfast organised by the town’s Chamber of Commerce.

The chamber held the breakfast briefing in association with GMcG Portadown Chartered Accountants at Millennium Court Arts Centre.

Tax advisors Helen Allen and Paul O’Connor and Retail NI chief executive Glyn Roberts talked about the impact of NI Rates Reform and the new Retail NI programme for government.

Adrian Farrell, president of Portadown Chamber of Commerce, was delighted with the success of the event.

He said, “This provided an excellent platform for giving local businesses and individuals quality insight and analysis on developments that may affect them.

“We are delighted with the level of attendance at the event, testament to the importance of the developments discussed, and have had nothing but positive feedback on the quality of the presentations and insights from all three speakers.”