Breakfast Briefing: Budget 2024

  • Event: Breakfast Briefing: Budget 2024
  • Date: 11/10/2023
  • Time: 7:45 AM - 9:15 AM
  • Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Ennis Road, Limerick,
Book Now Add to your calendar


Budget 2024 is expected to include measures to assist with the cost of living crisis and invest in key infrastructures. Surging corporation tax receipts have created a budget surplus, but how will the Government deal with demands for increase spending in the shadow of high inflation and capacity constrains in the economy? 

In partnership with Grant Thornton, we would like to invite you to hear our insightful discussion on the impact of the measures on you and your business, together with the wider economic impact. On the morning, Grant Thornton tax experts will be joined by Professor Stephen Kinsella. 

Our guest speaker

Stephen Kinsella, economist, Professor of Economics at the University of Limerick, Ireland,  Head of the Department of Economics, Co-Director of the UL’s Immersive Software Engineering programme, and Research Associate at the Rhodes Centre for International Finance at Brown University.


Tax Experts

Theresa O’Gorman, Director – Tax, Grant Thornton

Theresa joined Grant Thornton in 2000. She has over 30 years experience in all areas of tax, having spent 17 years with the Revenue Commissioners. Theresa works with clients to provide specialist knowledge and services across all areas of tax, but particularly in relation to;

  • preparing and negotiating revenue audits
  • corporation tax for Irish Groups and domestic subsidiaries of multinational companies
  • personal tax, VAT, Relevant Contract Tax, retirement and estate planning
  • provision of payroll and related PAYE/PRSI services to large employers and multinationals.

Theresa’s portfolio ranges from small owner managed business to large multinational organisations, across a range of industries, including, Logistics, Motor Retail, Food & Beverage, Construction and Technology sectors.

Éanna McGarrigle, Tax Manager, Grant Thornton

Éanna is a tax manager in Grant Thornton, having originally joined the firm in 2015. Éanna has dealt extensively with Revenue interventions and negotiations, while also having considerable experience in providing tax advice to multinational corporations and indigenous start-ups alike, in a variety of sectors. During 2022, Éanna also supported a multinational group by managing their EMEA tax portfolio, giving him a unique viewpoint of the day-to-day needs of MNCs

We hope you can join us for what promises to be an informative session.

This event is free of charge, but please book online to secure your place.