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Free Business Improvement Breakfast Event November 12, 2008

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erc-logYour Business – Your Future – Your Wealth

Chamber members Edward Robinson & Co would like to tell you about an event they are holding on Tuesday 25 November at Hoole Hall Hotel Chester (8am – 10.30am)

To celebrate the opening of our new Chester office, Edward Robinson & Co in conjunction with Hillyer McKeown Solicitors, would like to invite you to our first free breakfast seminar.

Who is it aimed at?

  • Business Owners of growing & innovative businesses
  • Higher rate taxpayers
  • Business owners who want to improve their cashflow
  • Companies who may have to deal with redundancies or other employment issues

You will learn from Edward Robinson & Co

  • Facts regarding our forward thinking tax schemes – designed to provide
  • taxpayers with a choice of how much tax they want to pay (both personally and in business)
  • Low, medium and high risk options on making tax a minimal cost for all tax payers
  • A simple anti-recession system that works. By using business and profit
  • improvement methods to improve efficiency and maximise cash retention in
  • the business owners hands
  • How to reduce or even remove tax payments for January 2009.
  • From Hillyer Mckeown Solicitors
  • Surviving the Credit Crunch – making sure you get paid and improving your businesses Cash flow
  • How to avoid the bear traps of employment law – ensuring restrictions on employees are binding at the end of employment.
  • Out with the old, in with the new – the Employment Bill 2007 – 2008

Benefits of attending

  • Understand how to take more out of your business – legally
  • That paying tax can be a thing of the past
  • Improve your business cash-flow and reduce the chances of your customers not paying you
  • Understand how to make employment law work for you and avoid costly tribunals

This is an invitation only event. To secure yours, please email cathy.ellis@ercacc.co.uk

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