HMRC Agent Talking Points
18 January 2017
HMRC’s Talking Points meetings provide up to date information, guidance and tips on a variety of topics. Four new sessions have been scheduled.
Capital Allowances and Vehicles
This meeting mainly covers the special rules for cars and vans. This is a popular subject so two meetings have been scheduled.
Wednesday 18 January 11am to midday - Register now for this meeting
Wednesday 18 January 1pm to 2pm - Register now for this meeting
This meeting will look at commencement years, changes to accounting date and overlapping periods. Again this is a popular subject so two meetings are scheduled.
Tuesday 24 January midday to 1pm - Register now for this meeting
Tuesday 24 January 2pm to 3pm - Register now for this meeting
This meeting will cover the impact of the new reforms for Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax, Trusts and the remittance basis.
Friday 03 February 1pm to 2pm - Register now for this meeting
Guidance to insolvency professionals - recognising and dealing with potential tax avoidance
Outlining some of the common issues that arise in insolvency proceedings where tax avoidance is involved and HMRC’s stance.
Tuesday 07 February Midday to 1pm - Register now for this meeting
Settling the Tax Avoidance bills of individuals
Looking at settling the bills of individuals that might have been involved in tax avoidance schemes.
Tuesday 07 February 2pm to 3pm - Register now for this meeting
These interactive meetings will be run on the ‘CITRIX’ platform.
If you have any questions for our subject experts, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the meeting, including the title of the meeting in the ‘Subject’ line of your email. The organiser will run through how to ask questions on the day.
There are also several toolkits that may help agents file their clients’ returns by 31 January 2017.
We appreciate these topics may not be of relevance to everyone. Talking Points cover a diverse range of subjects but if there is something that you would like to hear about and have the opportunity to ask questions, then please email policy with ‘Talking Points’ in the title and let us know; we shall pass on your interest to HMRC.