Client Notification Requirements - ATT/ CIOT webinar

The Client Notification Requirements webinar took place on 1 December 2016.  Below you will find a copy of the webinar slides available to download, together with a link to the recording of the webinar.  A summary of the questions and answers are also below. These are regularly updated as we receive further questions from members.

Our webinar on 1 December 2016 looked at Client Notification Requirements and the Wider Tax Evasion Climate.  

These requirements, which were introduced by Finance (No 2) Act 2015 section 50 and which came into force on 30 September 2016, impose an obligation on tax advisers and other persons to send a communication to their clients about the Common Reporting Standard, the penalties for offshore tax evasion and the opportunities to disclose offshore evasion to HMRC via the new Worldwide Disclosure Facility.

These have the potential to affect all members in practice. The webinar provided further information about these obligations, and practical tips on how to comply.

The webinar featured:

  • Gary Ashford, CIOT Council Member, member of the CIOT’s Management of Taxes technical sub-committee and CIOT representative at the CFE
  • Margaret Curran, Technical Officer, CIOT’s Management of Taxes and OMB technical sub-committees and the joint CIOT/ATT Digitalisation and Agent Strategy Working Group
  • Tina Riches, Chair of the CIOT’s OMB technical sub-committee and vice-chair of the joint CIOT/ATT Digitalisation and Agent Strategy Working Group

A recording of the webinar can be accessed using the following link http://lexisauditorium.com/stage.aspx?c=57d413b5-85c1-4463-9ca6-8bc06ba39b4e, using Internet Explorer Firefox or Chrome browsers. It will be available for viewing on the LexisNexis site for 12 months. 

If you are having difficulties viewing the webinar page, please email us at atttechnical [at] att.org.uk.

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A copy of the slides can be found here and a summary of the questions and answers can be found here.

Technical Team

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