Finance Act 2018 - and Beyond - Afternoon Session

Finance Act 2018 - and Beyond - Afternoon Session

Afternoon Session Booking Only

Chair: Robert Venables Q.C.

Date: 2:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Price: £450.00 + VAT

Finance Act 2018 - and Beyond

An All-Day Two-Part Seminar at The Law Society’s Hall, London WC2A

Wednesday March 14th 2018

Delegates may register for either or both parts

 

This entry is for booking of the Afternoon session only

 

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 Delegate Fees

Normal Fees

£800 + VAT (£160) = £960 for both sessions

£500 + value added tax (£100) = £600 for either the morning or afternoon session

 

Early booking fee for bookings received before February 14th

£700 + VAT (£140) = £840 for both sessions

£450 + VAT (£90) = £540 for either the morning or afternoon session

 

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By the date of the seminar, the current Finance Bill will have become law - the third in less than twelve months.

The seminar will deal with changes - actual and proposed - to tax law in the following areas:

* Trusts, Settlements and Transfers of Assets Abroad (including deemed domicile)
* Disguised Remuneration (including April 5th 2018 Charge)
* Partnership Taxation 
* Anti-Avoidance for Traders and Professionals (including April 5th 2018 Charge)

A panel of barristers will discuss tax planning in the light of recent Finance Acts and likely future changes.

 

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Speakers

Robert Venables Q.C. (Chairman)

James Kessler Q.C.

Rory Mullan

Harriet Brown

All the speakers are from Old Square Tax Chambers, Lincoln’s Inn, WC2A 3UE, 020 7242 2744, taxchambers@15oldsquare.co.uk.


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TIMETABLE

13.00 Close of Morning Session - Buffet Lunch (available to morning, afernoon and all day delegates)

13.30 Registration for those attending Afternoon Session only

14.00 Chairman’s Introduction to Afternoon Session

14.05 The New Close-Family Rules - James Kessler Q.C.

Capital Gains Tax and Non-UK Resident Trusts (TCGA s.87G - 87H ) - Income Tax Settlement Provisions (ITTOIA s.643A - 643H) - Income Tax Transfer of Assets Abroad Provisions (ITA s.733A - 735B) - Planning Points

14.50 Settlements Anti-avoidance Rules Concerning Onward Gifts -Rory Mullan

New rules in s.87I-87N TCGA 1992, 643I -643N ITTOIA 2007 and 733B-733E ITA 2007 - When is an onward gift made? - Scope of the rules and extent of potential liabilities - Commencement and application of the new rules

15.35 Disregard of Capital Payments From Settlements - Harriet Brown

•disregard of payments: purpose and intention • Payments to non-residents • Payments in year settlement ends • Payments received by close family members • Interaction with other provisions

16.20 Discussion Session with Refreshments

16.35 Planning Through Offshore Trusts and Companies Post Finance Act 2018 - Robert Venables Q.C.

Planning for Those Not Yet (Deemed) United Kingdom Domiciled and / Or Resident -

17.00 Panel Session and Questions to Speakers

17.30 Close of Seminar

 

Conferences Terms and Conditions

Cancellations in writing 14 days prior to the seminar qualify for a refund subject to a £50 charge. Cancellations within 14 days prior to the seminar do not qualify for a refund.

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