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Event Title:Residential Conference for Practitioners
Event Ref:PC13RCP/2240
Product Group:Public Practice
Event Type:Conference
Region:West Midlands
Town:Stratford-upon-Avon
Location:Stratford Manor Hotel
Start Date:28-Jun-2013
End Date:29-Jun-2013
Start Time:12:30
End Time:16:00
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NameStart DateEnd Date
Residential Conference for Practitioners28-Jun-201329-Jun-2013


 Outline
Course Outline
RESIDENTIAL CONFERENCE FOR PRACTITIONERS

KEY FEATURES
• relevant tailored to cover the latest technical issues affecting practitioners
• topical nine sessions that cover a wide range of current issues
• expertise we use expert speakers to keep you informed of the latest developments
• quality every aspect of our service is of the highest standard
• networking opportunities an ideal opportunity to share knowledge and ideas with fellow professionals
• convenient a one–stop update, minimising time spent out of the office.

FRIDAY 22 NOVEMBER
12.00 – 13.00
Registration and lunch

13.30 – 15.00
INVESTIGATION, CASE LAW AND HMRC COMPLIANCE TARGETS
Dean Wootten FCA CTA, Consultant, author and speaker
• identifying key developments in HMRC practice
• reviewing cases of practical interest
• HMRC targets
• minimising penalties.

15.00 – 15.15
break

15.15 – 16.45
GENERAL TAX UPDATE
Tim Palmer CTA ATT, Senior partner, Palmer Training Partnership
• a detailed and practical review of all the latest tax changes and how they affect practitioners
• the recent tax cases and changes in legislation
• Business Tax update
• NIC, PAYE and benefits refresher
• practical VAT changes and developments.

16.45 – 17.00
break

17.00 – 18.30
GENERAL TAX UPDATE - CONTINUED
Tim Palmer CTA ATT, Senior partner, Palmer Training Partnership
• Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax and Stamp Duty update
• Personal Tax update
• Corporation Tax update
• general tax planning resulting from recent tax changes
• case studies.

18.30
close

19.30
drinks reception

20.00
conference dinner

SATURADAY 23 NOVEMBER
09.15 - 10.30
BUSINESS PLANNING, FORECASTING AND APPROACHING THE FINANCE PROVIDER
John McKenzie MBA, Independent lecturer and consultant
• funding sources
• where are we in our funding lifecycle?
• matching funding source to application
• the funder’s perspective – what do they want and expect from us?
• the business plan and forecast
o what how and why? – The importance of the business plan narrative
o revenue and expenditure projections
o the budget to support the plan
o identifying business plan risk.
• modelling the business plan using risk adjusted discounted cash flows

OR

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Dean Wootten FCA CTA, Consultant, author and speaker
• overview of the intangibles regime
• the details of the new patent box regime
• preparing research and development claims
• the latest on property related goodwill.

10.30 - 10.45
break

10.45 – 12.00
SERVICE CHARGE AND SORP UPDATE
Charles Gubbins BSc CA, Head of faculty, Kaplan Hawksmere
• a review of the principal SORPs in issue:
o recent developments
o impact of FRS 102 on their content and approach.
• an update on recent developments and changes to best practice for accounting for service charges.

OR

UK AND EU VAT UPDATE
Dean Wootten FCA CTA, Consultant, author and speaker
• identifying key changes in VAT law
• reviewing cases of practical interest
• dealing with VAT problem areas
• advising on cross border trading (goods and services).

12.00 – 12.45
lunch

12.45 – 14.15
UPDATE ON ACCOUNTING STANDARDS AND THE IMPACT OF THE NEW SINGLE FRS
Charles Gubbins BSc CA, Head of faculty, Kaplan Hawksmere
• an indication of recent and proposed changes to UK GAAP before implementation of FRS 100 – 102
• the FRSSE (effective January 2015) has now been issued - coverage of key differences and implications for transition
• FRS 102 – key issues for non-small entities from 2015
• transition issues and options for the new UK GAAP
• changes in Company Law relevant to accounting standards
• overview of the impact of the 2015 changes for public benefit entities

14.15 – 14.30
break

14.30 – 16.00
EMPLOYMENT LAW
Louise Dunford Barrister LLM LLB, Trainer and consultant
• recent case law on employment status, including IR35/self-employment and zero hour/casual staff
• minimum wage and working time – including live in staff, and on-call duties, holidays accruing during sick leave and maternity
• religious discrimination and dress codes
• social networking, employees and the law
• the key reforms of 2013 and their impact, including protected conversations, settlement agreements, introduction of fees for tribunal claims
• focus on redundancy and recent cases.

16.00
conference close

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Price Details
ItemSupplierPriceVATTotal
Residential Conference for PractitionersCAET£399.00£0.00£399.00
Total £399.00£0.00£399.00

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