HMRC’s regular Talking Points webinars provide information, guidance and tips to help you understand tax issues. Forthcoming ones include:
Negligible Value Claims and Share Loss Relief: Looking at certain conditions that must be met for your clients to claim an asset has become of negligible value. Also, an overview of share loss relief.
An Intermediate Guide to the Enterprise Investment Scheme: This webinar will follow on from the introductory webinar on the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS). It will take a more in depth look at the EIS, from both a company and individual perspective. It will also provide insight from the Venture Capital Relief Team on procedural aspects of the EIS.
Stamp Duty Land Tax – Higher Rate for Additional Dwellings and Dwellings Purchased by Companies – Relationships and Status: Stamp Duty Land Tax analysis of how the higher rate rules apply when affected by personal relationships (both formal and informal) and other situations, for example, divorce, trustees, parents supporting their children and first time buyers. The webinar will help clarify liability and potential refund position on subsequent changes of relationship status.
Statutory Sick Pay: What needs to be considered when an employee is sick.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) for Business: the latest information on MTD for VAT and the agent services account: This webinar is for anyone already familiar with MTD for VAT and the Agent Services Account. It will cover the latest news on MTD requirements; getting a new Agent Services Account; preparing your clients and signing them up for MTD. HMRC will include common questions and do some ‘myth busting’. This webinar will not go over the basics. So if you are new to MTD, you may want to listen to HMRC’s earlier webinars, ‘An introduction to MTD for VAT’ and ‘More information on MTD for VAT and the agent’.
If you have any questions for HMRC’s subject experts send them to email@example.com prior to the meeting, including the title of the meeting in the ‘Subject’ line of your email.
These interactive meetings will be run on the ‘GoToWebinar’ platform. The organiser will run through how to ask questions on the day.