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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Buying, selling & letting property: The tax implications

Date: 6 April 2016 13:30 to 16:30

Type: Course, Tax

Organiser: Tyne and Wear

The course will provide a comprehensive review of all tax issues associated with investment properties, both residential and commercial and to provide a quick summary of difficult issues with PPR relief.

Course content:

  • Domestic lettings: allowable expenses; capital allowances? Compliance issues; new renewals basis
  • Interest in relation to let residential property – changes from 2017 and what advice to give your clients
  • Commercial lettings : key points to watch; VAT and the option to tax; capital allowances on the sale or purchase of a property;
  • Furnished holiday lettings: key practical points; CGT issues.
  • CGT on dwellings for non-residents : the new rules;
  • Annual charge on enveloped dwellings : a quick overview
  • PPR elections since 2015; recent cases on PPR

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Ramside Hall Hotel

Ramside Hall Hotel,

Tel No: 0191 386 5282


Rebecca Benneyworth BSc FCA MBE

Rebecca Benneyworth BSc FCA MBE

Rebecca is an ICAEW Chartered Accountant. She is a lecturer, writer and consultant on a variety of taxes, lecturing extensively throughout the UK, to accountants, business people and also to HMRC and the Treasury.

She has her own accountancy practice based in Gloucestershire, with a variety of small business and personal tax clients. During the last two years this has become a 100% digital practice.

She is Chair of the HMRC Digital Advisory Group, providing help and support to HMRC in understanding the challenges that Making Tax Digital presents to small businesses and their advisers. She is also a member of the Admin Burdens Advisory Board, an independent group monitoring the burdens the tax system impose on businesses.

Rebecca is a past Chair of the Tax Faculty of the ICAEW, and serves on the Tax Faculty Board. She is ICAEW council member for South West England, and was awarded an MBE for services to the tax profession in 2012.

How to book

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You can also telephone the ICAEW central events booking team on 01908 248159 and pay over the phone.

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