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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Small company Tax update and planning opportunities

Date: 1 December 2016 13:30-16:30

Type: Course, Tax

Organiser: Tyne and Wear

This course will provide an update on recent changes to corporate and business taxation.

The course will cover planning opportunities to help businesses minimise their taxable profits focussing on maximising capital allowances and pension planning. This course is for accountants who advise owner managed companies and their owners.

Content will include:

  • Tax implications of the new UK GAAP (FRS102)
  • Changes to the Annual Investment Allowance
  • R&D, Patents and other intangibles
  • EMI share options and other employee share schemes – don’t forget the corporation tax deduction
  • Pension planning for business owners
  • Attracting and retaining key staff using EMI share options
  • The new corporation tax loss relief rules from April 2017
  • Tax efficient extraction – impact of the new dividend rules
  • Directors loan account – problem areas
  • Should we form a group?
  • Maximising CGT entrepreneurs’ relief on business sales
  • Owning business premises personally – the “associated disposal” problem

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Newcastle Gateshead Marriott Hotel Metro Centre

Metro Centre
NE11 9XF

Tel No: 0191 493 2233


Martyn Ingles

Martyn Ingles

Martyn qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1982 and has specialised in taxation ever since. He became an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation in 1983 whilst working for a large international firm. His career has combined lecturing with tax consultancy, working for The Financial Training Company Ltd, Horwath Clark Whitehill, and more recently MHA MacIntyre Hudson. He is now a Consultant with MacIntyre Hudson Advisory Services LLP. Martyn’s main area of interest is tax planning for the family business, in particular tax efficient remuneration, exit planning and restructuring. He lectures on this and other taxation issues as well as running his own tax consultancy practice.

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