After a record number of webinars in June, we have three more planned for this month. If you haven’t booked already, why not join us? If you can’t watch them live, registering for a webinar means you will receive an email after the recording with a quick link to ICAEW.com where you can watch it again later.
4 July 14:00 – compliance update
As HMRC continues to tackle tax evasion and avoidance, it has an ever-expanding range of powers and procedures at its disposal. Tax investigations expert John Cassidy will explain the latest compliance developments, both in the UK and the international arena, with practical tips and guidance to help you advise your clients.
John Cassidy is a partner at Crowe Clark Whitehill and has worked in tax for over 20 years. He is highly regarded in the tax investigations field, and is deputy chairman of the Tax Faculty’s Enquiries and Appeals Committee. Register now for this webinar.
11 July at 11:00 – property income
Following the success of last year’s property taxation webinar, Sue Moore returns with Seamus Murphy, senior tax manager KPMG for a canter through some key areas pertinent to property and tax. Topics covered will include Making Tax Digital, trading in UK land, the finance restriction for buy to let landlords, non doms with property, tax free property income, residence nil rate band and the consultation on bringing non UK companies with UK property into the corporation tax net. Register now for this webinar.
19 July at 11:00 – international tax developments
As we prepare to leave the EU, international tax experts Anneli Collins and Rob Lant will consider the implications of Brexit, the UK statutory provisions that will be putting into effect the minimum standards agreed as part of the OECD BEPS (Base Erosion Profit Shifting) Action Plan, the OECD Multilateral Instrument and its impact on the UK treaty network, and the latest news on US tax reform. Register now for this webinar.
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.