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Invitation: PwC 2020 Budget Review

27th January 2020

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is set to deliver what is expected to be the most difficult Budget Review against a backdrop of little economic growth and political uncertainty, a high unemployment rate, and low business confidence. Does the Finance Minister have any room left to maneuver (if any) tax cuts and an increase in state expenditure? These, amongst other issues will need to be considered by government.

PwC invites you to a press briefing at which our tax experts and economists will share their predictions and forecasts for the 2020 Budget Review. Our tax experts and economists will provide a rundown of key tax proposals, economic insights, including expectations for the budget deficit and state expenditure, as well as a forecast of revenue collections.

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Please join Kyle Mandy Head of Tax Policy, Lullu Krugel Chief Economist and Christie Viljoen Economist as they share their insights for the 2020 Budget Review.

 

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Details of the press briefing are:

Date: 11 February 2020

Time: 9am for 9h30am

Venue: African Pride Melrose Arch, 1 Melrose Street, Melrose

RSVP:bontle@changetc.co.za

Please let me know if you have any special dietary requirements

  

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