Legislation | Tax

Spring Budget 2024 – How does it affect your recruitment business?

We invite you to join our Spring Budget question time webinar where our tax experts will delve into the Chancellor’s announcements.


On 6th March, Chancellor Hunt will unveil the Spring Budget as the UK stands at a fiscal crossroads, balancing economic growth ambitions against the backdrop of structural challenges and fiscal responsibility. With the IMF’s cautionary advice and the looming election, the 2024 Budget is expected to reflect a conservative approach to tax cuts, coupled with strategic investments in public services and infrastructure. This careful balancing act aims not only to address immediate economic concerns but also to set a sustainable fiscal path forward.

We invite you to join our Spring Budget question time webinar where our tax experts will delve into the Chancellor’s announcements.

Date of Webinar: 7th March 2024

This webinar will cover:

• The key announcements from the Spring Budget
• How this may affect you and your recruitment business
• Strategic considerations before the tax year ends, including pension payments
• Live Q&A with our Tax experts

This session promises to be an invaluable resource for understanding the budget’s impact on businesses and individuals alike, offering expert guidance and answering your questions to help you navigate the changes effectively.


Marie Pegram, Partner, Recruitment Accountants

Marie is Partner at Recruitment Accountants, as a recruitment sector expert, she knows the ins and outs of this industry and provides a fully encompassing service which includes everything from general accountancy and tax compliance, through to corporate finance and outsourced FD services. 

Marie actively supports the recruitment sector through their APSCo membership and other recruitment networks. She frequently speaks at industry events and is currently a judge for the prestigious APSCo awards, recognising excellence in the recruitment industry.  

Alison Price, Tax Partner, Recruitment Accountants

As tax partner, Alison’s main role is providing tax advisory and compliance services to corporate clients. 

Alison Price is both a Fellow member (FCA) of ICAEW and a Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA). 

Alison’s career began over 20 years ago, she trained and qualified as an auditor with a national firm based in Surrey. After a relocation to Cambridgeshire, Alison joined a local firm where she concentrated on working with owner-managed businesses focussing on all business tax issues.

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