An accountancy and law firm have come together for the second year running to launch an event discussing “real issues businesses are facing."

The seminar will be hosted by Bury and Blackburn based accountants PM+M together with Little Lever and Bury based law firm Clough & Willis at the Red Hall Hotel in Walmersley.

Subjects will range from employment law to tax issues, with speakers including PM+M payroll director Julie Mason, tax manager Julie Walsh and Clough & Willis partner Chris Macwilliam.

Ms Mason said: “I am excited that we are once again collaborating on this event with Clough & Willis, especially as we have worked hard to curate the content so it reflects the real issues that businesses are facing.

The Bolton News: Chris Macwilliam, Julie Walsh and Julie MasonChris Macwilliam, Julie Walsh and Julie Mason (Image: Conker PR)

“We were determined to keep it free of charge so as many local firms as possible can benefit.”

The companies say that guests will learn about the recent changes to National Insurance, hybrid and home working, global mobility and holiday pay.

They will also learn about national minimum wage, salary sacrifice, auto enrolment pensions and IR35.

Mr Macwilliam said: “After the runaway success of last year’s event, we are delighted to be back again.

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“I know every business that attends will take away useful information and tips to ensure they are fully up to speed on the very latest legislation and requirements.”

The event will be held from 8am to 10am on Wednesday February 28 at the Red Hall Hotel on Manchester Road, Walmersley.

Guests can book for free by searching Employment Law, Tax and Payroll Update – Bury on Eventbrite.