Talking Points for the next 4 weeks

By Technical Team on 12 Nov 2018

HMRC have asked us to draw attention to their following notice about forthcoming Talking Points meetings.

"HMRC's regular Talking Points provide ongoing information, guidance and tips to help you to understand tax issues. 

We have more Talking Points webinars coming up. There are a limited number of spaces, so save your place now.

A basic introduction to trademarks

In this webinar the Intellectual Property Office will give a brief overview on Intellectual Property with the focus being on trademarks. This basic introduction will guide you through the way you search for trademarks, UK filing, international routes and costs.

Monday 12 No‌ve‌mb‌er midday to 1p‌m - Register now

Automatic enrolment – the next steps

In this webinar we will explain the third and final increase in the legal minimum contribution rates 6th Ap‌ril 2019, as well as plans for future legislative changes. We will tell you about the latest cases of non-compliance and our enforcement actions and discuss the lessons learnt, including common mistakes and how to avoid them. We will also highlight the recently launched ScamSmart campaign.

Tu‌esd‌ay 1‌3 No‌ve‌mb‌er 2p‌m to 3p‌m - Register now

Submission of SA Returns affected by Exclusions

This webinar will discuss 2017-18 SA Return online submission issues and resulting exclusions. We will explain the process for filing online and allowing paper Returns submissions after the 31st October deadline.

Tu‌esd‌ay 2‌7 No‌ve‌mb‌er 1‌1a‌m to midday - Register now

Statutory Reviews in HMRC: Your chance to get a second opinion on a decision issued by HMRC

This webinar covers what a review is, what happens in the review process and what outcomes you can expect to get. 

Fr‌id‌ay 3‌0 No‌ve‌mb‌er midday to 1p‌m - Register now

Making Tax Digital (MTD) for Business Part 1 – an introduction to MTD for VAT

From A‌pr‌il 2‌01‌9, VAT registered entities with a taxable turnover above the VAT registration threshold must keep VAT records digitally and file their VAT returns using MTD compatible software. If you are new to MTD, this session is a great place to start. We will recap the information covered in previous sessions on record keeping, using software, joining the pilot and getting a new agent services account.

If you have more complex questions about MTD for VAT or the agent services account you should sign up for our next session – Making Tax Digital for Business Part 2.

Tu‌esd‌ay 4 De‌ce‌mb‌er 1‌0a‌m to 1‌1a‌m - Register now
We‌dn‌esd‌ay 5 De‌ce‌mb‌er 2.3‌0p‌m to 3.3‌0p‌m - Register now

Making Tax Digital (MTD) for Business Part 2 – more information on MTD for VAT and the agent services account

A session for anyone familiar with the basics of MTD for VAT and the agent services account. This session follows on from Making Tax Digital for Business Part 1. It will go into more detail on record keeping, using software, joining the pilot and getting a new agent services account. If you are new to MTD, you may want to listen to Part 1 first. You can read more about MTD here.

Tu‌esd‌ay 4 De‌ce‌mb‌er 1p‌m to 2p‌m - Register now
Tu‌esd‌ay 4 De‌ce‌mb‌er 3p‌m to 4p‌m - Register now
We‌dn‌esd‌ay 5 De‌ce‌mb‌er 4p‌m to 5p‌m - Register now

How to show self-employed business expenses on your tax return

This digital webinar has been designed to provide guidance on what is and isn’t classed as an allowable business expense and will include motoring and premises costs. HMRC subject matter experts will be online during the meeting to take your questions.

Thu‌rsd‌ay 6 De‌ce‌mb‌er midday to 1p‌m - Register now

If you have any questions for our subject experts, please send them to team.agentengagement [at] hmrc.gsi.gov.uk prior to the meeting, including the title of the meeting in the ‘Subject’ line of your email.

These interactive meetings will be run on the ‘GoToWebinar’ platform. The organiser will run through how to ask questions on the day.

Feedback received from a recent Talking Points meetings indicates that many agents would recommend them to colleagues.

If you have missed any of our earlier Talking Points meetings, you can watch the recordings here.

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