Stamp Duty Errors. Why is HMRC receiving up to £2 billion in overpayments? | Event | CGMA Store
Stamp Duty Errors. Why is HMRC receiving up to £2 billion in overpayments?
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08 September, 2022

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm BST

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Stamp Duty Errors. Why is HMRC receiving up to £2 billion in overpayments?

Location: Online

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1h

Paul Wood the founder of Stampcheck and Woodshires will explain why the HMRC are receiving overpayments of up to £2 billion per annum and explain the complexity and potential liability of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) calculations.

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Programme outline

We're delighted to be able to offer you this webinar which will look at the complexities of stamp duty.

The webinar will deliver:

  1. Examples of where errors occur.

  2. Why simple cases are sometimes not so simple.

  3. How simple missed questions can lead to errors

  4. A potential free solution.

You can register now by clicking on the booking button.

  • Paul Wood

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    Paul Wood is managing director of Woodshires Business Solutions and specialist tax allowances consultancy, Stampcheck Ltd - the only stamp duty calculator that leads to fully certified advice.

    Paul is also founder of PTECT, FreeTable and Chair of the Institute of Directors Black Country & Staffordshire branch.

    Paul has managed both manufacturing distribution and property investment businesses in the past, however, for the last 12 years, he has been involved in property and business tax allowances often missed or underclaimed.