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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

VAT problem areas with Rebecca Benneyworth

Date: 19 November 2014 09:30-12:30

Type: Course, Legal and Regulatory, Tax

Organiser: Tyne and Wear

This course will cover some of the common areas that cause problems in VAT, explaining the key issues. It will also look at reported VAT cases to illustrate problem areas in practice.

This course is appropriate for any member of staff dealing with VAT, either in practice or in business.

Content will include

  • Registration problems & update on penalty for late registration
  • Transfer of going concern – pitfalls and solutions
  • Output tax – problems with classification of supplies & common errors; place of supply rules and changes coming in 2015
  • Input tax – what goes wrong most often?
  • •               Land and property transactions – the key points to watch

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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 has chaired their Digital Advisory Group and is a member of the Admin Burdens Advisory Board. Rebecca lectures extensively for a range of professional bodies, accountancy firms, and commercial organisations, and has presented at sessions for HM Revenue & Customs and HM Treasury policy teams.  She is also a past chair of the ICAEW Tax Faculty, and designated “Best Tax Lecturer” at Lexis Nexis Taxation Awards.

Rebecca was awarded an MBE for services to the tax profession in 2012. Rebecca leads our tax programme supported by a team of industry experts

How to book

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