Tax update for busy professionals
LIVE

Virtual

21 July, 2021

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BST

Event

Tax update for busy professionals

Location: Virtual

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1 hour

Join this webinar to hear from Michael Steed, Head of Tax at BPP Professional Development, about ‘the two Bs’ - The Budget, and Brexit, and how they affect practitioners on the ground.

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Overview

Professional development

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Duration:1 hour
Format:Event
Access:This is a live event. You will receive information about the location, materials, and attendance after purchasing.

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Programme outline

Michael will guide you through the new corporation tax (CT) landscape from April 2023 and, will give you a tour through the new pan-EU VAT landscape for B2C goods sold into the EU from 1 July 2021.

The learning outcomes from Michael’s presentation include:

  • Back to the future? How the new CT rules will work.
  • Dealing with losses as we trade out of Covid.
  • The new B2C rules for low value goods; and how the UK got there first!

Who will benefit ?

Those of you who are practitioners, who need to give practical tax advice to clients.

Speaker’s details:

Michael Steed, Head of Tax at BPP Professional Development, is a Cambridge graduate who studied economics at King’s College, Cambridge. He trained and qualified with Coopers & Lybrand – now PwC, specialising in tax from day one.

He is a Chartered Tax Adviser, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Tax, and is a former President of the ATT. He is currently the Co-chair of the ATT’s Technical Steering Group.

Michael joined BPP in 2017 as the Head of Tax for BPP Professional Development, and lectures on a wide range of tax issues for BPP’s client base. He believes in ‘telling it like it is’ and, strives for clarity in difficult tax circumstances.

He has a special interest in OMB businesses, that make up over 90% of the UK’s business base but is also interested in employee taxation and international VAT and customs duties.

Michael regularly writes for taxation and accountancy magazines, covering a diverse range of tax issues, including travel and subsistence, IR35 and contractor taxation, the tax and duties angles of Brexit, and the gig economy.

He is also on the Finance and Estates Committee, also the Remuneration Committee, for Canterbury Cathedral, and is a trustee of one of the cathedral trusts.