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Make May the month you make room for CPD

May 2017: This month, don’t miss the chance to brush up on IHT, together with important tax updates, including UK GAAP and owner managed businesses.

Mercia, one of the leading providers of training and support services for the UK accountancy profession, is running a number of courses during May and beyond that will provide LSCA members with valuable updates over a number of accountancy, audit and tax areas.

IHT: practical and current issues

Focusing on recent developments and key issues affecting the opportunities for IHT tax planning, the course will also include a refresher on the essentials of IHT planning during lifetime and at death.

16 May (pm) - Kempton Park Racecourse

10 July (pm) - One Wimpole Street

Spring tax update

The course will update participants on the latest developments in direct taxes, particularly those that give rise to planning opportunities, and the pitfalls that they and their clients need to avoid. 

19 June (am) - One Wimpole Street 

19 June (pm) - One Wimpole Street 

20 June (am) - One Wimpole Street

New UK GAAP - tax impact

New UK GAAP is a fundamental change to the presentation of company financial statements. This course will look at the impact of New UK GAAP on the calculation of corporation tax, the changes to deferred tax and the presentation of current and deferred tax for companies.

24 May (pm) - RAF Museum, London 

10 July (am) - One Wimpole Street

OMBs – what’s hot in tax

This course aims to cover the practicalities of dealing with key areas of advice for the owner managed business. Planning issues will be discussed and supplemented by practical examples. Areas covered will include benefits in kind, optimum profit extraction, overdrawn loan accounts and an update on Making Tax Digital.

25 May (pm) - Kempton Park Racecourse 

05 June (am) - One Wimpole Street 

05 June (pm) - One Wimpole Street 

13 June (pm) - RAF Museum, London

 

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