We deliver a wide range of informative and, hopefully, engaging seminars throughout the year - see below for a summary of our current events.
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Tax Tuesday – Charities and TradingTuesday 19 October Online - via Zoom
In this Webinar, Robert Leggett looks at charity direct tax exemptions in more detail, including those related to trading, and explores the pitfalls and solutions.
Autumn Budget BreakfastsFriday 29 October Wherstead Park - Ipswich
Friday 29 October The Athenaeum - Bury St Edmunds
Friday 29 October Girton College - Cambridge
Following the Chancellor’s announcement of an Autumn 2021 Budget, we will be hosting our annual Budget Breakfast on Friday 29 October.
Tax Tuesday – Making Tax Digital for Income TaxTuesday 9 November Online via Zoom
‘Making Tax Digital for Income Tax’ is HMRC’s new initiative to bring tax reporting into the 21st Century. From April 2023 virtually all businesses and landlords will be required to keep digital records and report their income and expenditure to HMRC every quarter via an online return. Terrifyingly, this is now only just over 18 months away. This has been proposed for some years now, but up to now has always been delayed. Will it be delayed again?
Team of Experts – Business RecoveryWednesday 17 November Online - via Zoom
The webinar will update on the Business Recovery market and what we expect to see going forward with a look at the solutions that may be available to those businesses facing mounting financial pressure.
Tax Tuesday – Employee benefits, P11ds, PAYE settlement agreementsTuesday 30 November Online via Zoom
Firms are increasingly looking to incentivise their employees with more than just salary. In this webinar we will look at some of the tax implications of providing benefits to employees, the traps which can create unexpected tax charges and consider some options for tax efficient benefits and how to report these to HMRC. This webinar will be relevant to all businesses who offer their employees a package of benefits, remembering that something as simple as a Christmas party is a type of benefit and can potentially create tax charges.
Team of Experts – ForensicsTuesday 30 November Online - via Zoom
The webinar will discuss common themes in shareholder disputes and how to avoid the nuclear option.