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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Buying, owning & renting property: an update on the tax issues with Rebecca Benneyworth

Date: 19 November 2014 13:30-16:30

Type: Legal and Regulatory, Tax

Organiser: Tyne and Wear

This course provides a comprehensive review of all tax issues associated with investment properties, both residential and commercial; to update delegates on recent changes in property taxation, and to provide a quick summary of difficult issues with PPR relief. 

Course content includes:

  • Domestic lettings – allowable expenses; current position with interest on loans; capital allowances? Capital gains tax; compliance issues; end of the renewals basis – some suggestion; Non-resident landlord’s scheme – quick overview
  • Commercial lettings – key points to watch; CGT issues; VAT and the option to tax; sale of let property as a going concern for VAT
  • Furnished holiday lettings – new rules; what is the best strategy? CGT issues; properties overseas.
  • CGT on dwellings for non-residents – the new rules
  • Annual charge on enveloped dwellings – an overview
  • PPR – recent cases; problem areas; a practical approach; key pitfalls; proposed changes to PPR for UK residents in 2015

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Venue

Ramside Hall Hotel

Address:
Ramside Hall Hotel,
Carrville,
Durham,
DH1 1TD

Tel No: 0191 386 5282

Speaker

Rebecca Benneyworth BSc FCA MBE

Rebecca Benneyworth BSc FCA MBE

Rebecca is a chartered accountant with over 35 years experience in practice.

She is a writer and consultant on a variety of taxes, and lectures throughout the UK to professionals.

She works closely with HMRC on the Making Tax Digital project; and is chair of the Digital Advisory Group. Rebecca is a past chair of the ICAEW Tax Faculty, and was named Best Tax Lecturer at the Lexis Nexis Taxation Awards. Rebecca was awarded an MBE for services to the tax profession in 2012. Rebecca will lead our tax programme supported by a team of industry experts

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