Talking Points for the next 4 weeks

HMRC have asked us to draw attention to their following notice about forthcoming Talking Points meetings.

"HMRC's regular Talking Points provide ongoing information, guidance and tips to help you to understand tax issues. 

We have more Talking Points webinars coming up. There are a limited number of spaces, so save your place now.

Class 1A NICs - Getting it right first time

This webinar will look at P11D(b)s, the common mistakes and what you can do to help HMRC process them in a timely manner to help you avoid receiving a penalty.

Fr‌id‌ay 25 M‌a‌y midday to 1p‌m - Register now

VAT and motoring expenses

This webinar will provide a reminder of the general rules that apply when reclaiming VAT on the purchase of cars and when hiring and leasing vehicles. We will briefly cover commercial vehicles, other motoring expenses and record keeping. There will be the usual opportunity to ask HMRC subject matter experts your questions.

Thur‌sd‌ay 31 M‌a‌y 10.30a‌m to 11.30a‌m - Register now

New deemed domicile provisions and the tax impact

A high level overview of deemed domicile provisions and the impact of the new reforms for Income Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax. Also a high level overview of cleansing of mixed funds and Capital Gains Tax rebasing. Trust protections will not be covered.

Fr‌id‌ay 1 J‌un‌e 1‌1a‌m to m‌id‌da‌y - Register now

Basis periods - looking at commencement years, changes to accounting date and overlapping periods

During the webinar we will focus on basis periods, a subject that’s  prominent around the Self Assessment peaks. In particular we look at the different rules that apply to commencement years, the effect on a basis period when there is a change of accounting date and overlapping periods. We also look at some pointers when dealing with a change from sole trader to partnership and vice versa.

We‌dn‌esd‌ay 6 J‌un‌e 1‌1a‌m to m‌id‌da‌y - Register now‌‌

An Introduction to the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS)

This webinar will provide an overview of the EIS. It will also provide a summary of the common errors made by companies when submitting EIS applications and errors made by investors seeking to claim EIS relief.

Fr‌id‌ay 15 J‌un‌e midday to 1p‌m - Register now

If you have any questions for our subject experts more than 24 hours prior to the webinar, please send them to team.agentengagement [at], including the title of the webinar in the ‘Subject’ line of your email. Any questions that arise after this time should be submitted during the live webinar.

These interactive webinars run on the ‘GoToWebinar’ platform. The organiser will run through how to ask questions on the day."

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