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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.

Webinars

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:

Date Title Booking
05 March Agent strategy and services Book here
13 March Budget Book here
17 March CGT changes and Property Book here
23 March Off-payroll working update Book here
11 May Employment taxes update Book here
May Digitalisation of tax Details to follow
June Tax on the family home Details to follow
July VAT construction industry reverse charge Details to follow
September DAC6 Details to follow
October Compliance Details to follow
November Taxation of trusts 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.

Practical Tax Conference

This event is designed for small and medium-sized practices. 

Many of the subjects and sessions are based on delegate feedback, so you can be sure the focus is on the topics and issues that really matter. 

Date Venue Booking
02 October 2020 Norton House Hotel, Ingliston, Edignburgh  Save the date
 

CPD Essentials Roadshow 

Practical insights on topical issues. Ensure your practice not only remains compliant but also ahead of the competition.

Developed in conjunction with ICAEW Faculties and delivered by leading experts in their field, our CPD Essentials programme delivers half-day courses in nationwide locations covering tax, audit and assurance, financial reporting and practice development.

The full programme can be found here.

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