ICAEW.com works better with JavaScript enabled.


CIOT hosts virtual conference to support tax charities


Published: 06 Sep 2022 Update History

The Chartered Institute of Taxation has organised a virtual conference covering current tax issues for owner-managed businesses on 13 September. The event aims to help two tax charities: TaxAid and Tax Help for Older People.

The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) virtual tax conference offers three sessions covering: measures imposing personal liability on directors for tax debts of the company; post COVID strategies for owner managers; and business incorporation.

Rebecca Benneyworth, Peter Rayney, and Carl Bayley will speak at the conference, which will be chaired by CIOT President, Susan Ball.

Alongside the three sessions, attendees will have a chance to pose questions to the speakers live. They will receive conference materials in advance and will be able to access recordings after the event.

TaxAid and Tax Help for Older People provide essential tax advice to vulnerable people. The charities provide unique services that help people who have nowhere else to turn.

The conference will take place on 13 September 15:00–18:15, with tickets costing £50 per delegate.

Find out more and register.

Tax Faculty

This guidance is created by the Tax Faculty, recognised internationally as a leading authority and source of expertise on taxation. The Faculty is the voice of tax for ICAEW, responsible for all submissions to the tax authorities. Join the Faculty for expert guidance and support enabling you to provide the best advice on tax to your clients or business.

More support on tax

ICAEW's Tax Faculty provides technical guidance and practical support on tax practice and policy. You can sign up to the Tax Faculty's free enewsletter (TAXwire) which provides weekly updates on developments in tax.

Sign up for TAXwireJoin the Tax Faculty
The future of tax after COVID

As digital technologies transform society, the UK government is grappling with balancing the books while ensuring its tax system is fit for purpose. Join us as we take a look at the issues and challenges facing the tax system.

Read more

More from the Tax Faculty

Latest news
Making tax digital image

Stay up to date with the latest developments in tax by signing up to the Tax Faculty's weekly e-newsletter

Practical guidance

Comprehensive support for Tax practitioners each month from the Tax Faculty and expert contributors.

Technical support
Tax Faculty image

Expert advice from the Tax Faculty's technical managers on all the developments in tax policy and practice.