Tax Faculty webinars: what’s on this month and listen again

The Tax Faculty is hosting two webinars this month

3 October 11:00 – keeping safe in a digital world

Cyber security and data protection are increasingly under the spotlight with the General Data Protection Regime (GDPR) starting in May 2018 and MTD for VAT coming in April 2019.

Join Caroline Miskin and Mark Taylor (IT Faculty) to learn how the new regulations might affect you. Mark will also touch on some of the latest scams and provide some top tips for going digital. Register now for this webinar.

25 October 11:00 – an intermediate guide to the taxation of UK trusts

Following on from the very popular elementary guide to the taxation of UK trusts webinar it is time to take a step up to the intermediate guide. Sue Moore will be joined by Gillian Banks, PwC, for this informative webinar will cover:

  • the inheritance regime for relevant property trusts covering exit charges and periodic charges
  • the impact of the changes to the taxation of dividends and interest on trustees
  • capital gains tax relief such as principal private residence relief and entrepreneurs’ relief for trustees
  • some tips on parts of the legislation you may not come across very often that may catch you out.

Register now for this webinar.

In case you missed them…

Last week Anita Monteith and Sarah Ghaffari presented a round-up of the latest employment and business tax matters for ICAEW’s Business and Management Faculty. In this one hour talk they touched on Making Tax Digital, the new trivial benefits rule, reforms to the rules for carried-forward losses and more. A recording of the webinar is now available and can be accessed free of charge by Tax Faculty members.

Frank Haskew and Caroline Miskin presented a webinar on HMRC’s Agent Strategy and Services on 5 September and a recording is available. This webinar included an update on the rollout of HMRC digital services, including for Making Tax Digital for Business, to tax agents and also covered the latest developments on the HMRC initiative to collect data which will give it a comprehensive and consistent view of each agent's interactions with HMRC and allow it to segment the agent population and tailor its approach.

Other events 

We also run other events and webinars which will be of interest to members and which are free to members of the Tax Faculty and Faculties Online. 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.

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