Employment Taxes: changes and staying ahead of the game

Edinburgh Financial District
Date:
28 March 2017
Time:
16.30 for 17.00, finishing by 18.30
Location:
Edinburgh
Speaker/s:
Neil Gilbert (Chair), Justine Riccomini, Ian Grant and Callum Weir

ICAS is hosting a joint ICAS/HMRC discussion group to discuss ‘Employment Taxes: changes and staying ahead of the game’ on Tuesday, 28 March 2017.

Employment taxes have been subject to numerous changes in recent years and more are in the pipeline, such as the use of salary sacrifice, the taxation of termination payments, or the changing responsibilities for those who contract with the public sector.  

So, what are the areas where employers go wrong, or where advisers should be advising employers?  What are HMRC looking for on PAYE visits and how can employers and taxpayers stay ahead? Join this joint discussion group to hear speakers from HMRC and ICAS introduce the topic, followed with the opportunity for a question and answer session.

If you wish to attend the meeting, please email the ICAS Tax Department at ICAS-tax@icas.com

Full speaker list

Neil Gilbert

Chair

Neil  is Group Tax Manager at Standard Life and is Convener of the ICAS Tax Board.

Justine Riccomini

ICAS

Justine is Head of Taxation (Scottish Taxes, Employment and ICAS Tax Community) at ICAS.  Justine has a wealth of expertise in the private and public sector, her speciality being in employment taxes and HR.  She has recently joined the ICAS tax team having previously worked for the Office of Tax Simplification, EY and BDO.

Ian Grant

HMRC

Ian joined HMRC in November 2015 after several years as a Tax Partner in three top twenty Accounting firms. He is now a Senior Tax Professional in the Employment Compliance team in the Large Business section of HMRC, based in Edinburgh.  He leads the Strategic Team for Employer Compliance in Scotland and Northern Ireland and also contributes on various national issues.

Callum Weir

HMRC

Callum graduated from Aberdeen University LLB(Hons) in 2008, and recently completed HMRC’s own graduate development programme and associated degree in Professional Studies in Taxation from Manchester Metropolitan University. He has worked in Wealthy and Mid-Size Business Compliance since its creation covering a number of duties including transfer pricing, corporation tax and employment duties.

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Location

Edinburgh
ICAS, CA House, 21 Haymarket Yards EH12 5BH

Contacts

ICAS Tax Department
Email: ICAS-tax@icas.com

Topics

  • Business issues
  • Tax

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