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‘Covid-19 and the financial impact on my therapy practice’ – PAUL SILVER-MYER – 14th of June @ 11 am – 1 pm
June 14 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm£15 – £20
‘Covid-19 and the financial impact on my therapy practice’
There are two crises going on – a health crisis and a financial one – and whilst it’s an anxious and upsetting time with the primary concern being the health of the nation, nevertheless many self-employed therapists have found their income has been [severely] affected. This session will look at your rights as a self-employed person, what financial support is available to you and how your business accounts and relationship with HMRC might be affected. There will be ample time for Questions and Answers and additionally, if you would prefer to speak privately to Paul about your personal financial affairs then he will be happy to make himself available at the end of the session.
Paul Silver-Myer is both an accountant and a UKCP registered existential psychotherapist. Some years back he realised that half of his accountancy practice was about numbers, but the other half was about the people behind those numbers yet 99% of his accountancy training was only about the former. So he signed up for a foundation course in counselling and the rest, as they say, is history.
In addition to a small therapy practice he also prepares tax returns for over 100 therapists and therapy organisations, being in the fortunate position of clearly understanding the nature of being in business as a counsellor or therapist.
This event will be held on Zoom. A link will be sent prior to the date.
A 2-hours Certificate of Attendance will be emailed to participants