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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

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Autumn Tax update with Bob Trunchion

Northern Society of Chartered Accountants www.norsca.co.uk

Join Bob Trunchion for his regular half yearly Tax updates.

This course has been specifically designed to meet the needs of general practitioners, concentrating on matters that really affect your clients – achieving these aims for 30 years. Attending every six months not only gives you targeted CPD but alerts you to what you need to know. It is presented by an experienced speaker who has been training for the Northern Society of Chartered Accountants for all that time and understands the local environment.

Event Information

This course has proved to be the essential update for all practitioners and staff involved with clients affected by tax issues, as well as tax specialists for 30 years! The course aims to keep your technical knowledge up to date to comply with the ever-changing regulatory environment. The course is intended not only to alert you to such technical changes, but to highlight practical points which can be used in practice.  

By the time of the Course, changes to supply chains and other matters due to Brexit will be settling down and, hopefully, the Covid-19 Pandemic and other winter bugs should be easing. We will have had a Budget in the Autumn of 2021. Whilst this is heralded as just a “technical” Budget, there is still plenty of scope to change capital taxes in the UK given all the technical proposals that have been made by the OTS!

Clearly, there should be another Budget come the Autumn of 2022.

Whether “major or a minor” Budgets, all the above factors will combine to give a considerable amount of content to cover!

Content

This course aims to provide delegates with a practical and intensive review of developments over the last six months as well as changes likely to occur in the near future.

This course aims to cover the following topics:

  • Tax announcements in 2021 Autumn Budgets
  • What was in the resultant Finance Act 2021 and will be in Finance Bill 2022?
  • Is there anything our clients should be doing now in the light of the increases already announced to CT and NIC
  • Where are we on MTD, its delayed introduction and how should we be preparing our firms and our clients
  • Where are we on the “level playing field” like the extension of IR35, the NMW/NLW etc?
  • Recent Tax cases and HMRC pronouncements
  • VAT and indirect tax developments including import and export solutions, ATED revaluations
  • Other regulatory announcement affecting the Tax Profession such as on AML, CCOs, PCRT and all the other regulatory matters where we have to keep up to date.
Cost – webinar rates
RATE COST
Price £60.00 + VAT
Retired Member £30.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £30.00 + VAT
Cost – in person attendance rates

This course will be a hybrid event – you can attend in person too at Blaydon Rugby Club – please see details at this link.

RATE COST
Price £90.00 + VAT
Retired Member £45.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £45.00 + VAT
Northern Society CPD programme 2022

Northern Society runs a full programme of CPD courses that are open to all. Details of our 2022 programme are set out below.

Date Session Speaker
24 March 2022 What makes a good audit senior? James Charlton
30 March 2022 A very practical Tax update – what you need to know Rebecca Benneyworth
30 March 2022 Employment Taxes – an absolutely essential update Rebecca Benneyworth
28 April 2022 Spring Tax update Bob Trunchion
12 May 2022 Common disclosure errors in financial statements John Selwood
23 June 2022 The A to Z of small and micro entity accounts Peter Herbert
22 September 2022 Making Tax Digital – less than 130 days to go Rebecca Benneyworth
22 September 2022 25% Corporation Tax – are there any small business Tax planning issues left? Rebecca Benneyworth
11 October 2022 What makes a good audit junior? James Charlton
19 October 2022 Are you ready for changes in auditing in 2023? John Selwood
17 November 2022 Property Accounting – all the important considerations for accountants Peter Herbert
1 December 2022 Autumn Tax update Bob Trunchion

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25% corporation tax – are there any small business tax planning issues left? with Rebecca Benneyworth

Northern Society of Chartered Accountants www.norsca.co.uk

A practical update with Rebecca Benneyworth

This course will look at all of the tax issues affecting small businesses including small owner managed companies and their directors and shareholders.

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Is tax planning dead or are there pockets of sensible and practical advice?

Do join us to hear the latest!

Cost – webinar rate
RATE COST
ICAEW Member £60.00 + VAT
Non-Member £60.00 + VAT
Retired Member £30.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £30.00 + VAT
Cost – in person attendance rates

This course will be a hybrid event – you can attend in person too at Blaydon Rugby Club – please see details at this link.

RATE COST
Price £90.00 + VAT
Retired Member £45.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £45.00 + VAT
Northern Society CPD programme 2022

Northern Society runs a full programme of CPD courses that are open to all. Details of our 2022 programme are set out below.

Date Session Speaker
24 March 2022 What makes a good audit senior? James Charlton
30 March 2022 A very practical Tax update – what you need to know Rebecca Benneyworth
30 March 2022 Employment Taxes – an absolutely essential update Rebecca Benneyworth
28 April 2022 Spring Tax update Bob Trunchion
12 May 2022 Common disclosure errors in financial statements John Selwood
23 June 2022 The A to Z of small and micro entity accounts Peter Herbert
22 September 2022 Making Tax Digital – less than 130 days to go Rebecca Benneyworth
22 September 2022 25% Corporation Tax – are there any small business Tax planning issues left? Rebecca Benneyworth
11 October 2022 What makes a good audit junior? James Charlton
19 October 2022 Are you ready for changes in auditing in 2023? John Selwood
17 November 2022 Property Accounting – all the important considerations for accountants Peter Herbert
1 December 2022 Autumn Tax update Bob Trunchion

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Making Tax Digital countdown – less than 130 days to go! with Rebecca Benneyworth

Northern Society of Chartered Accountants www.norsca.co.uk

A practical update with Rebecca Benneyworth via webinar.

The biggest change to affect the tax system since self-assessment is less than 6 months away.

Event Information

Rebecca will explain when your clients will be subject to the new rules and what you need to do to comply with the reporting requirements.

Are spreadsheets acceptable? Do I need to change accounting date? All will be revealed.

Cost – webinar rate
RATE COST
Price £60.00 + VAT
Retired Member £30.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £30.00 + VAT
Cost – in person attendance rates

This course will be a hybrid event – you can attend in person too at Blaydon Rugby Club – please see details at this link.

RATE COST
Price £90.00 + VAT
Retired Member £45.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £45.00 + VAT
Northern Society CPD programme 2022

Northern Society runs a full programme of CPD courses that are open to all. Details of our 2022 programme are set out below.

Date Session Speaker
24 March 2022 What makes a good audit senior? James Charlton
30 March 2022 A very practical Tax update – what you need to know Rebecca Benneyworth
30 March 2022 Employment Taxes – an absolutely essential update Rebecca Benneyworth
28 April 2022 Spring Tax update Bob Trunchion
12 May 2022 Common disclosure errors in financial statements John Selwood
23 June 2022 The A to Z of small and micro entity accounts Peter Herbert
22 September 2022 Making Tax Digital – less than 130 days to go Rebecca Benneyworth
22 September 2022 25% Corporation Tax – are there any small business Tax planning issues left? Rebecca Benneyworth
11 October 2022 What makes a good audit junior? James Charlton
19 October 2022 Are you ready for changes in auditing in 2023? John Selwood
17 November 2022 Property Accounting – all the important considerations for accountants Peter Herbert
1 December 2022 Autumn Tax update Bob Trunchion

More

Spring Tax update with Bob Trunchion

Join Bob Trunchion for his regular half yearly Tax updates.

Northern Society of Chartered Accountants www.norsca.co.uk

This course has been specifically designed to meet the needs of general practitioners, concentrating on matters that really affect your clients – achieving these aims for 30 years. Attending every six months not only gives you targeted CPD but alerts you to what you need to know.

It is presented by an experienced speaker who has been training for the Northern Society of Chartered Accountants for all that time and understands the local environment.

Event Information

This course has proved to be the essential update for all practitioners and staff involved with clients affected by tax issues, as well as tax specialists for 30 years!

The course aims to keep your technical knowledge up to date to comply with the ever-changing regulatory environment. The course is intended not only to alert you to such technical changes, but to highlight practical points which can be used in practice.

By the time of the course, changes to supply chains and other matters due to Brexit will be settling down and, hopefully, the Covid-19 Pandemic and other winter bugs should be easing. We will have had a Budget in the Autumn of 2021. Whilst this is heralded as just a “technical” Budget, there is still plenty of scope to change capital taxes in the UK given all the technical proposals that have been made by the OTS!

Clearly, there should be another Budget come the Autumn of 2022.

Whether “major or a minor” Budgets, all the above factors will combine to give a considerable amount of content to cover!

Content

This course aims to provide delegates with a practical and intensive review of developments over the last six months as well as changes likely to occur in the near future.

This course aims to cover the following topics:

  • Tax announcements in 2021 Autumn Budgets
  • What was in the resultant Finance Act 2021 and will be in Finance Bill 2022?
  • Is there anything our clients should be doing now in the light of the increases already announced to CT and NIC
  • Where are we on MTD, its delayed introduction and how should we be preparing our firms and our clients
  • Where are we on the “level playing field” like the extension of IR35, the NMW/NLW etc?
  • Recent Tax cases and HMRC pronouncements
  • VAT and indirect tax developments including import and export solutions, ATED revaluations
  • Other regulatory announcement affecting the Tax Profession such as on AML, CCOs, PCRT and all the other regulatory matters where we have to keep up to date.
Cost
Rate Cost in venue Webinar cost
Price £90.00 + VAT £60.00 + VAT
Retired Member £45.00 + VAT £30.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £45.00 + VAT £30.00 + VAT

A webinar version of the course is also available if you wish to join virtually – click HERE for details.

Northern Society CPD programme 2022

Northern Society runs a full programme of CPD courses that are open to all. Details of our 2022 programme are set out below.

Date Session Speaker
24 March 2022 What makes a good audit senior? James Charlton
30 March 2022 A very practical Tax update – what you need to know Rebecca Benneyworth
30 March 2022 Employment Taxes – an absolutely essential update Rebecca Benneyworth
28 April 2022 Spring Tax update Bob Trunchion
12 May 2022 Common disclosure errors in financial statements John Selwood
23 June 2022 The A to Z of small and micro entity accounts Peter Herbert
22 September 2022 Making Tax Digital – less than 130 days to go Rebecca Benneyworth
22 September 2022 25% Corporation Tax – are there any small business Tax planning issues left? Rebecca Benneyworth
11 October 2022 What makes a good audit junior? James Charlton
19 October 2022 Are you ready for changes in auditing in 2023? John Selwood
17 November 2022 Property Accounting – all the important considerations for accountants Peter Herbert
1 December 2022 Autumn Tax update Bob Trunchion

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A very practical tax update – what you should be doing now! – with Rebecca Benneyworth

A practical update with Rebecca Benneyworth via webinar.

Northern Society of Chartered Accountants www.norsca.co.uk

This course will update you on everything relevant to your work in the office over the next 6 – 9 months.

Event Information

Reporting and checking SEISS grants 4 & 5, dealing with loss carry back and worrying about compliance checks on CJRS claims. Whatever is happening in your office, Rebecca will shed light on the issues and what HMRC is up to. She will cover new issues for 2022 tax returns and everything practical that you need to know about and act on.

Cost
Rate Webinar cost
Price £60.00 + VAT
Retired Member £30.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £30.00 + VAT

 

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Employment taxes – an absolutely essential update with Rebecca Benneyworth

Northern Society of Chartered Accountants www.norsca.co.uk

A practical update with Rebecca Benneyworth via webinar.

Rebecca will not only bring you up to date with all of the latest issues and developments, but will also be available to answer every question you might ask!

Event Information

New rules on tax, NIC, benefits and minimum wage- be there to get your questions answered personally.

Cost
Rate Webinar cost
Price £60.00 + VAT
ICAEW Member £60.00 + VAT
Non-Member £60.00 + VAT
Retired Member £30.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £30.00 + VAT

 

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Making Tax Digital – start here! with Rebecca Benneyworth

Rebecca Benneyworth provides the latest developments for Making Tax Digital

This course will cover all of the issues in relation to the roll out of Making Tax Digital to the remaining VAT population in 2022 and more importantly, helping you to prepare for the introduction of Making Tax Digital for Income Tax scheduled for 2023. It will explain in detail what you need to do to prepare your client base for the implementation of MTD for income tax and what steps to take now in preparation.

Course Information

Course content

  • MTD for VAT – the last phase of implementation; dealing with the remaining clients not currently within MTD; identifying digital exclusion and what to do about it and when; digital links – some practical illustrations; software – from spreadsheets and bridging to full cloud based systems
  • MTD for income tax – planned timeline
    • Who is in, who is out?
    • When will they come in? New businesses; Accounting periods
    • What do they have to do? Digital records – content and format; quarterly submissions – when, how, what? Tax estimates??
    • The annual ‘wrap up’ and how it fits into it all
    • The end of the self assessment return? Or not??
  • Practical steps and my top tips; what services will you provide? Are you geared up for this internally? How has it affected my practice? How have my clients coped?
Cost
Rate Cost
Price £90.00 + VAT
Retired Member £45.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £45.00 + VAT

Northern Society is offering delegates a 1/3rd off all of its live webinars up to 31 December 2021.

Please note that the respective discount of £30.00 and £15.00 will automatically be applied to the checkout and will be dependent on the membership level of each delegate.

If you are currently on a career break or retired please ensure to answer the form question.

Discounted rate
Price: £60.00 + VAT
Retired/Career break: £30.00 + VAT

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Finance Act 2021 with Rebecca Benneyworth

An essential Tax update with Rebecca Benneyworth

This absolutely essential course will take you through the Finance Act 2021 step by step and identify all content relevant to the general practice adviser, explaining the impact of any changes. The course will highlight areas of advice and issues to raise with clients and any changes you will need to make to your practice procedures as a result of the changes.

Course Information

Content

All content in the Finance Act 2021 will be covered if it is relevant to the general practice accountant. Members working in business will benefit from some of the content, although it may not all be relevant to them. The course will cover the content of the Act under the following headings:

  • Business and corporation tax, including new loss reliefs
  • Personal income tax including employment taxes and benefits in kind
  • Savings and pension tax measures
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Other Capital taxes changes
  • Tax administration, including a range of new penalties

Who Should Attend

The course is aimed at all practitioners and staff who work in tax and have a reasonable level of tax knowledge, and should be regarded as essential CPD for those individuals. The course will also be of some benefit to those working in business who need up to date tax knowledge as part of their job.

Cost
Rate Cost
Price £90.00
Retired Member £45.00
Career Break Member £45.00

Northern Society is offering delegates a 1/3rd off all of its live webinars up to 31 December 2021.

Please note that the respective discount of £30.00 and £15.00 will automatically be applied to the checkout and will be dependent on the membership level of each delegate.

If you are currently on a career break or retired please ensure to answer the form question.

Discounted rate
Price: £60.00 + VAT
Retired/Career break: £30.00 + VAT

More

Spring Tax update 2021

Northern Society of Chartered Accountants www.norsca.co.uk

An essential update for all practitioners and staff involved with clients affected by tax issues, as well as tax specialists.

This course aims to keep your technical knowledge up to date to comply with the ever-changing regulatory environment. The course is intended not only to alert you to regulatory changes, but to highlight points which can be used in practice.

Course information

By the time of the Course, Brexit will have happened and, hopefully, the Covid-19 Pandemic should be easing. We will have had a Budget to make up for not having one in the Autumn. Will this be the “Great Reform Budget” that has been threaten to change capital taxes in the UK?
Whether a “major or a minor” Budget, all the above factors will combine to give a considerable amount of content to cover!

Content
These courses aim to provide delegates with a practical and intensive review of developments over the last six months as well as changes likely to occur in the near future.
This course aims to cover the following topics:

  • Tax announcements in 2021 Spring Budget;
  • What is in the resultant Finance Bill?;
  • Is there anything our clients should be doing now in the light of “Brexit” ;
  • Where are we on MTD and how should we be preparing our firms and our clients;
  • Where are we on the “level playing field” like the extension of IR35, the NMW/NLW etc?;
  • Recent Tax cases and HMRC pronouncements;
  • VAT developments;
  • Other regulatory announcement affecting the Tax Profession such as on AML, CCOs, PCRT, DAC 6 and all the other regulatory matters where we have to keep up to date. 

This course is specifically designed to meet the needs of general practitioners, concentrating on matters that really affect your clients.

Cost
Rate Cost
ICAEW Member £90.00 + VAT
Non-Member £90.00 + VAT
Retired Member £45.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £45.00 + VAT

Northern Society is offering delegates a 1/3rd off all of its live webinars up to 30 August 2021.

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Capital Tax planning

Northern Society of Chartered Accountants www.norsca.co.uk

An essential update for accountants involved in the provision of advice to clients particularly in the area of estate planning, successions in OMBs.

Following the March 2021 Budget, we will know whether the Chancellor was able to introduce his “Great Reform Budget” to “simplify” Capital Taxes. In this case, the course will deal with these changes. If the economy has not recovered sufficiently to allow these reforms yet, we will need to look as we come out of Covid and Brexit, how our clients need to restructure estates and succession planning to take advantage of the old rules whilst there is time.

Course information

The Budget on 3 March was not the “Great Reform Budget” of Capital Taxes that was widely feared. However, we now know the huge damage done to the public finances by the pandemic. We also know that there is a clamour to restructure the funding of “social welfare” which the Chancellor has not been able to address. We also know that there will be an Autumn Budget. This course will consider the planning that your clients would be wise to consider over the summer before the Autumn could bring radical change.

The content will be highly dependent upon developments in the run up to the course and full details will be made available nearer the time.

Content

  • Principal Private Residence relief costs around £28 Billion and the Finance Act 2020 contained many “oven ready” measures to curtail this but these just scratch the surface so clearly, this must be an ongoing area of reform. Will there be more?
  • Capital tax planning must always run alongside pensions planning so changes to either will have consequences on planning for the other!
  • The Budget is likely to contain many of the “simplification measures” proposed in the OTS reports published in July 2019 into IHT and in November 2020 and February 2021 into “simplifying CGT by design” and may even adopt some of the radical the APPG report of early 2020 (which floated the possibility of the abolition of IHT and the effective reintroduction of CTT).
  • These measures could fundamentally change the way we do both life time and will planning as measures such as the abolition of the uplift on death for CGT where BPR/APR are available are easily legislated for.
  • The course will look at “vanilla” planning which your clients may wish to consider as a result.
  •  It will also look at the lessons learnt from the Spring 2020 Budget changes to Entrepreneurs Relief (now Business Asset Disposal Relief) as to what planning is acceptable and what is unlikely to be OK.
Cost
Rate Cost
ICAEW Member £90.00 + VAT
Non-Member £90.00 + VAT
Retired Member £45.00 + VAT
Career Break Member £45.00 + VAT

Northern Society is offering delegates a 1/3rd off all of its live webinars up to 30 August 2021.

 

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