IFA Tax Series 2023

The IFA tax series focus on a number of tax topics and feature speakers who are experts within the industry. The webinars run across three weeks and last two hours each.

Quarter Topics Dates
Quarter 1
  • CIS (part 2) and VAT
  • Succession planning for OMB’s
  • Employment taxes update
  • VAT – the aftermath years
  • Tax efficient ways of incentivising employees
  • MTD - HMRC
Thursday 23 February
Thursday 2 March
Thursday 9 March (recordings available)

Quarter 2

  • Devolving taxes across the UK: the policy perspective
  • Capital Allowances update
  • Divorce and tax
  • CGT update
  • HMRC key messages about Tax Avoidance and Fraud using umbrella companies
  • Protective Assessments – A Back Door to Discovery?

Thursday 15 June
Thursday 22 June
Thursday 29 June

(recordings available)

Quarter 3
  • Nudge letters and how to handle them
  • VAT update
  • Tax Issues Relating to Residence and Domicile
  • Effective use of pensions in tax planning
  • Business and corporate taxes – recent changes and developments
  • The risks of getting involved in Disguised Remuneration tax avoidance schemes

Thursday 14 September
Thursday 21 September
Thursday 28 September

(recordings available)

Quarter 4
  • Property
  • Benefits
  • Voluntary Disclosure
  • A tax & cryptocurrency update and the tax implications to be aware of currently
  • Autumn Statement 2023 update
  • IR35 and the contracting landscape 

Thursday 16 November
Thursday 23 November
Thursday 30 November

(recordings available)

  Price CPD hours
Per quarter IFA members - £109
Non-members - £130
Bundle IFA members - £390
Non-members - £468

Interested in all 4 webinar series? 
Purchase these series as a bundle, at a discount rate of £390 for IFA members. Click here to purchase the bundle offer. 

“ Quarterly tax updates are a bite-size review of a particular tax or tax problem. This year has seen topics as diverse as taxation of crypto assets to R&D relief, the future requirements of MTD ITSA and HMRC nudge letters. Up to 6 different topics every 3 months, with speakers from all walks of the accountancy & tax world. An easy way to keep up-to-date.”

- IFA member on Q4 Tax Series 2022