June is a busy month for tax webinars – have you registered?

So far this year we have held eight webinars. These included a reminder of the cash basis rules, four Making Tax Digital (MTD) webinars and the annual Finance Bill and Budget update, to name a few.

June is a particularly busy month with five webinars scheduled, one of which took place on 5 June 2017 where Anita Monteith was joined by Mark Taylor from ICAEW’s IT Faculty to talk about the latest MTD software developments, see our news item.

The remaining four webinars this month are:

6 June at 15:00 – employment taxes round up

Kate Upcraft will explain the latest developments relating to employment taxes including auto-enrolment, the apprenticeship levy and off payroll working in the public sector. Register for this webinar now.

8 June at 11:00 – the construction industry: what could possibly go wrong?

Sarah Ghaffari will be joined by construction industry expert Howard Royse. Howard will update viewers on the situation regarding online CIS deduction records, delve into some of the grey areas of the scheme and suggest practical ways in which practitioners can help their clients to keep on top of their obligations. Register now for this webinar.

20 June at 11:00 – reliefs for SMEs

Andrew Constable, Kingston Smith, will explain various reliefs available to SMEs including allowable deductions in relation to share schemes, the ins and outs of the R&D regime and proposed changes to the loss relief rules. This will be a practical webinar with numerical examples and pitfalls to watch out for. Register now for this webinar. 

26 June at 11:00 – journey to the cloud

Archna Tharani spoke at the recent Tax Faculty conference, explaining how she turned her practice from a paper business to one which uses the cloud, and transformed her clients at the same time. If this is something you are considering in light of Making Tax Digital, and would like to hear how she did it then this is the webinar for you. The booking for the webinar has not yet opened but please keep checking our events webpage and follow the link once it becomes available.

We also run other events and webinars which will be of interest to members and which are free to members of the Tax Faculty. You do not have to be an ICAEW member to join the Tax Faculty.

Visit the ICAEW.com website to see the full list of our events in 2017 and also check out our back catalogue, as many of last year’s webinars are still topical. While MTD webinars are free for all ICAEW members, our other webinars are free for Tax Faculty members and cost £25 for other ICAEW members. So why not join the Tax Faculty and see what you are missing?

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