Current Tax 2021
A date for the diary: Justine Riccomini explains what’s coming up on the next Current Tax course being held online this September.
Why attend ‘Current Tax 2021 – Back to the Future’?
The course represents an excellent opportunity for practicing accountants and staff involved in tax work to bring their technical knowledge right up to date – and covers the changes brought about by both UK and Scottish measures.
Current Tax – Back to the Future!
Continuing the tradition of the annual Current Tax for ICAS members, we will again be offering this popular event in September 2021 and like 2020, we will be online rather than face-to-face.
Current Tax 2021 will consist of one live two-hour session, which will be delivered on two separate days in September, and six pre-recorded sessions of around 40 minutes each, which can be viewed at your leisure.
Justine Riccomini from ICAS and Michael Steed from BPP will host and present a live two-hour session, covering areas that members will need to be aware of as businesses come out of lockdown and start trading in earnest again, including employment taxes and understanding how the new EU VAT e-commerce Directive from 01 July 2021 will affect UK businesses that trade with EU B2C customers.
The online sessions are designed with opportunities for Q&A, and we look forward to seeing you.
There will also be six pre-recorded sessions of around 40 minutes each, which will cover:
1.Basic corporation tax mechanics as we head for the new April 2023 landscape – back to the future!
2.Non-Brexit VAT – a roundup of recent VAT issues including the Domestic Reverse Charge, MTD and the scope of the reduced rates for leisure and hospitality businesses
3.Capital Allowances – a review of the AIA and the new super-deduction, first year allowances on Ultra Low Emission Vehicles, garden pods and the scope of the Structures and Buildings Allowance
4.Capital Taxes – where are we now?
5.Recent tax cases
6.Risk Management for ICAS members
To book, select the date of your choice for the online live session - pre-recorded modules will be available to view in early September.