Course code: 22/21
Aims and objectivesThe Conservative Government has so far given few clues on this area other than a promise of no changes to the main rates of tax but it did contain an ominous promise of a review of Entrepreneur’s relief. This was a very expensive relief costing the Treasury around £2.5bn each year. This was duly actioned with the reduction last year of the lifetime limit to £1m. Clearly,the government is not afraid to change things so with COVID to pay for, there are likely to be changes in this area. At this stage, little else is known about potential reforms to capital taxes but will be by the time of the course.
Hints show that reliefs like APR/BPR are under threat so it is likely that the course will need to see what is still available to your clients.
Target audience:Partners and staff involved in advising clients generally to enable them to provide a value added service.
Online bookings will close 17:30 the day prior to the event. Telephone bookings can still be taken provided details of the bookings are then sent to BBH via email or text so delegates are expected at the venue (E: firstname.lastname@example.org M: 07715 496 459 or E: email@example.com M: 07986 468736).
Contact: Kim Shield
Fees per delegate per half-day course
Using pre-paid course voucher scheme £65+VAT*BBHSCA/ICAEW members paying full-rate subscription, non-members and staff £95+VATBBHSCA/ICAEW members paying half or low-rate subscription £65+VAT*See below for more information on purchasing BBH course vouchers.BBH Course Voucher SchemeFive pre-purchased electronic course vouchers are available for members at £325+VAT. Vouchers can be purchased using a credit or debit card at icaew.com/bbhcoursevouchers. A unique code will be issued which can be redeemed when booking online against five half-day places on BBHSCA courses.
Robert Trunchion MSc FCA CTA TEP
Bob is a tax partner with MHA MacIntyre Hudson (MH). He lectures on a range of subjects including the tax implications of buying and selling companies, capital tax planning, pensions, probate, trusts and the interaction between tax and accounts. He is involved in a number of niches such as solicitors, farmers and the medical profession and in the professional indemnity insurance aspects of tax work. He has appeared on national radio and television talking about inheritance tax matters. He continues to be involved with clients on both a consultancy basis and within MH.
After service in the Royal Navy, Bob qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Coopers and Lybrand (now PwC) where he specialized in corporate taxes. He joined MH in 1985 where, perforce, he had to deal with every shape and size of tax! He has been lecturing on tax for over 25 years and has seen the scope and complexity of tax legislation go up by more than a factor of 10!
Please note that the programme is subject to change
Key issues and developments in Capital taxes
Tax and the owner manager
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