Tax Faculty events programme
Stay up-to-date with the fast moving world of tax by attending our events in 2020. We have a programme of CPD events that offer you the opportunity to meet lecturers and fellow practitioners face to face at seminars and conferences, or view from the comfort of your office with our online webinars.
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Free to Tax Faculty members and Faculties Online subscribers.
Details of online booking for each webinar will be announced as it becomes available:
Topics in 2020 will include:
|05 March||Agent strategy and services||Watch the recording|
|13 March||Budget||Watch the recording|
|17 March||CGT changes and Property||Watch the recording|
|23 March||Off-payroll working update||Watch the recording|
|11 May||Employment taxes update||Watch the recording|
|09 June||Proposed changes to the CJRS||Watch the recording|
|9 July||CJRS2 Examples and other payroll hot topics||Watch the recording|
|September||Tax round-up||Details to follow|
|October||Property taxes||Details to follow|
|November||Budget||Details to follow|
|November||DAC6||Details to follow|
Further details will be announced in TAXline and the Newswire.
If you missed any past webinars you can still find them in our webinar archive.
To ensure all ICAEW members can continue to access quality and topical CPD courses in this period of uncertainty and social distancing, the Essentials CPD Spring programme will now be offered by live and on-demand webinar.
The programme still consists of 15 core titles on key topics, all delivered by leading and industry-recognised trainers, with the opportunity to pose your topical questions, in an interactive Q&A session.
We have taken the opportunity to work with our trainers and revise the course content, where relevant, to include an update and guidance on recent changes brought about by Covid-19.
For those unable to attend the live webinars, they will be available on-demand the next working day.
For the full programme please click here.
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