Join members of the ICAS Tax team for this interactive overview of key calls for evidence issued by HMRC on ‘Tax Day’ – the proposals will impact on all taxpayers and agents’ working lives going forward.
Participate in our virtual discussion and submit your views on how tax administration, and Timely Payment can be improved for all stakeholders in future. Use your voice to give us practical feedback and influence the way you might interact with HMRC in future.
In part three you’ll get a general overview of:
Tax Administration Framework Review – on the tax administration framework, covering the core legislation, processes and guidance which underpin obligations for HMRC, taxpayers, agents and third parties.
Timely Payment – to explore the opportunities and challenges of more frequent payment of income tax within Income Tax Self-Assessment, and of corporation tax for small companies, based on in-year information.
Raising standards in the tax advice market – on the definition of tax advice and a requirement to make professional indemnity insurance compulsory for all tax advisers.
There will be an opportunity to ask ICAS staff about these consultations and to raise any problems or concerns with tax policy and tax administration.
You will also get the chance to hear what the ICAS Tax team do to represent Members’ interests to the authorities.
Key themes and topics
- The Tax Administration Framework Review
- Timely Payment
- Standards in the tax advice market
Who are the speakers?
- Chair: Charlotte Barbour, Director, Taxation ICAS
- Philip McNeil, Head of Taxation (Tax Practice and Owner Managed Businesses Taxes)
- Justine Riccomini, Head of Taxation (Scottish Taxes, Employment & ICAS Tax Community)
(Please note that views and opinions expressed by speakers at ICAS webinars are their own and not necessarily reflective of ICAS’ views.)
Who’s this for?
- CAs working in Tax
- CAs working in Practice
- CAs working in Business
- Counts as CPD activity
Depending upon your individual role and training and development needs, watching this webinar can count towards your annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirement.