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Today (Wednesday 20 October) saw the third in our series of four tax webinars this week.
Dave Wase (Investigations Senior Manager) and Sarah Boyes (R&D Senior Manager) were in conversation with Corporate Tax Partner, Stuart Rogers.
Ex-HMRC officer, Dave, discussed current trends in HMRC activity – nudge letters, latest campaigns, penalties, schedule 36 notices and triggers for HMRC discovery notices.
Sarah looked at research & development tax relief: changes, risks and housekeeping – what you and your client need to be aware of, even if you are not carrying out the claim yourself.
To book onto our last session in the series follow this link: https://www.bigmarker.com/pkf-francis-clark/Tax-webinar-series
Thursday 21 October
Property issues – key stamp duty land tax opportunities, inheritance tax planning for property owners and family investment companies and capital allowances: how super is the 130% deduction?
Company reconstruction: top tips to achieve a tax efficient demerger – breaking up a can be hard to do, some practical hints and tips.
This week’s recordings:
International tax & customs – https://www.pkf-francisclark.co.uk/videos/tax-webinar-recording-international-tax-customs/
Related PKF Francis Clark events
27 October: Budget day – you can bookmark our dedicated webpage here: https://www.pkf-francisclark.co.uk/budget-analysis/
28 October: Post-Budget conversation with Head of Tax, John Endacott – book onto our webinar here: https://www.bigmarker.com/pkf-francis-clark/Autumn-2021-Budget-post-Budget-conversation-with-John-Endacott
9 November: Webinar – a tax guide to doing business in the US / UK – book your place here: https://www.pkf-francisclark.co.uk/events/webinar-crossing-borders-a-tax-guide-to-doing-business-in-the-us-and-the-uk/