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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Business Structures – The Tax issues and current planning

Date: 12 October 2016 13:30 - 17:00

Type: Course, Tax

Organiser: Cumberland

This course will provide delegates with a very practical review of the different tax structures available for businesses, the benefits, the downsides and the pitfalls, and the appropriate tax planning.

This event is for accountants and tax advisers who need practical and detailed tax advice on differing business structures.

Content will include:

  • A detailed tax review of the various business tax structures available
  • CGT, IHT and Stamp Duty issues and planning
  • Employed or self-employed?
  • Should you incorporate?
  • Goodwill update and tax planning
  • The problems of incorporating in 2016
  • Tax planning advice and techniques
  • Partnership tax review and planning
  • Tax planning for family companies
  • The new dividend regime
  • Capital allowances refresher
  • NIC update and planning
  • IR35 refresher
  • Practical case studies
  • General overview

Practical examples and case studies will be used to illustrate the tax planning issues relating to differing business structures.

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Tim Palmer

Tim Palmer

Tim Palmer is one of the UK’s best known and popular tax presenters. He lectures frequently all over the UK, three or four times a week on a wide variety of taxation topics.

He also writes regular magazine articles for the leading taxation publications. Alongside his lecturing, Tim also provides tax consultancy services, and specialist tax advice.

Previously Tim Palmer was a senior Tax Manager with Howarth Clark Whitehill LLP, advising on all areas of tax and NIC for the firm to their clients. He was also a member of the tax department of P&O where he specialised in Corporation Tax and the Construction Industry

How to book

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