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2016 Tax Seminar - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

An update of big tax issues and developments in 2016

Dates and registration

These dates have now passed. Please see our latest events here.

Sheffield – Wednesday 24 February – Tapton Hall, S10 3BU

Doncaster – Thursday 25 February – Doncaster Racecourse, DN2 6BB

Northampton – Tuesday 15 March – Sunley Conference Centre, NN2 7AL

Programme

  • 7:45am – Registration and refreshments
  • 8:15am – Presentation
  • 9:15am – Finish

Topics to be covered

We would like to invite you to come to one of our seminars covering some of the recent big tax changes that will impact both individuals and entrepreneurs. Please join us as we discuss the changes, including pensions tax relief, dividends and buy-to-lets, in three slightly clichéd categories – the good, the bad and the ugly!

“The good”

  • Big opportunities for pensions tax relief
  • Tax opportunities for SME businesses and their owners (including Annual Investment Allowance and R&D tax relief)

Pensions tax relief has been subject to quite substantial change in recent months…and there are now a number of attractive opportunities for individuals to maximise their pensions tax relief. Similarly, recent changes to Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) and R&D tax relief bring big opportunities to SME businesses and their owners, but both have some detailed and complex rulings. How can SMEs take advantage? Are you missing out on big opportunities?

“The bad”

  • The dividend income shake-up
  • Future remuneration strategies

The big changes to the way dividend income is taxed from April 2016 has added to the growing complexity of the current dividend system. What does this mean for remuneration and profit extraction strategies? What’s more efficient – dividend or salary? Who are the winners and losers?

“The ugly”

  • Is it time to say ‘bye’ to buy-to-lets?

The buy-to-let market is thriving but the government’s recent tax changes for landlords, announced in the Summer Budget and 2015 Autumn Statement, will significantly increase landlords’ tax bills. Restrictions on interest relief and a new Stamp Duty Land Tax 3% surcharge, as well as changes to the wear and tear allowance and accelerated capital gains on certain disposals, are changes that will hit landlords very hard. What are the changes and impacts? Is buy-to-let still a worthwhile investment? What can current landlords do to keep profit margins? How will the Stamp Duty surcharge work in practice?

Who should attend?

These seminars should be attended by anyone who is interested in the above topics, to help you keep up-to-date with current tax issues and developments.

In particular:

  • Business owners
  • Financial controllers
  • Financial directors
  • Landlords and buy-to-let investors
  • Individuals approaching (or at) retirement age
  • Solicitors
  • Bankers

Programme

  • 7:45am – Registration and refreshments
  • 8:15am – Presentation
  • 9:15am – Finish

Free parking and refreshments available at all venues.

Dates and registration

  • Sheffield – Wednesday 24 February – Tapton Hall, S10 3BU
  • Doncaster – Thursday 25 February – Doncaster Racecourse, DN2 6BB
  • Northampton – Tuesday 15 March – Sunley Conference Centre, NN2 7AL

Or call your nearest office (contact details here)

Our offices

Pegasus House, 463a Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2QD

5 Sidings Court, White Rose Way, Doncaster, DN4 5NU

Jubilee House, 32 Duncan Close, Moulton Park, Northampton, NN3 6WL

Sheffield

0114 266 7141

Doncaster

01302 367 262

Northampton

01604 645 600

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