The Chartered Institute of Taxation has organised a virtual conference covering current tax issues for private clients and owner-managed businesses on 13 September. The half-day event aims to help two tax charities: TaxAid and Tax Help for Older People.
The virtual tax conference offers three sessions covering: Making Tax Digital and basis period reform; a refresher on stamp duty land tax; and an examination of family investment companies ahead of forthcoming changes to corporation tax rates.
The conference boasts respected speakers from the sector with Peter Rayney FCA, the president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, joined by lecturer Rebecca Benneyworth FCA and author Carl Bayley FCA.
Alongside the three sessions, attendees will have a chance to pose their questions to the speakers live, they will receive conference materials in advance, and they will be able to access recordings after the event.
TaxAid and Tax Help for Older People provide essential tax advice to vulnerable people – many of whom have lost their livelihood during the pandemic. The charities have been providing special services to meet the specific needs at this time.
The Chartered Institute of Taxation says the virtual conference will help support these charities in their work.
The conference will take place on 13 September 15:00–18:15, with tickets costing £50 per delegate.
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