This transfer pricing course is intended for those who need to understand different areas, functions and terms associated with transfer pricing. The course is particularly relevant for companies that have branches or companies in different countries that trade with each other. Even if there is no intention to use an international structure to avoid tax, transfer pricing is still a relevant factor to ensure compliance with regulations.
The training course is set in the context of current international tax agreements with regards to reporting and compliance with anti-avoidance provisions.
Various forms of transfer pricing are considered, including thin capitalisation and similar financial arrangements. We look at reporting requirements, obtaining agreements with HMRC and how to appeal against a decision.
The trainer is a qualified chartered accountant who spent 16 years working in increasingly senior positions in industry, including being company secretary and chief accountant for companies involved in employment, property management, wholesale and retail supplies, finance, engineering and publishing. Subsequently, for over 25 years, the trainer has been self-employed as a writer and lecturer. He has had more than 40 books published, including the best-selling Payroll Factbook. He writes for national newspapers and specialist magazines. He runs training courses for major accounting firms, public companies, professional bodies and, on several occasions, HMRC. His subjects are tax, payroll and accounting for leading professional bodies and companies. He is also an adviser to a national newspaper on tax-related stories, and has been on major radio stations and television news.
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|Tax Issues in Commercial Property||Review an introduction to property law relating to land and property in the UK
Learn about stamp duty land tax (SDLT) and how it works
Review value added tax, the scope of zero-rating for construction and exemption for land
Master the different direct taxes and allowances in commercial property transactions
Gain an understanding of other relevant taxes such as business rates and inheritance tax
Get to grips with tax planning and the current position regarding planning and avoidance
|Tax Issues in M&A||Have explained to them how to advise individual vendors, including entrepreneurs relief and the tax treatment of tax consideration
Master how to advise corporate vendors
Be appraised of HMRC clearances
Be taught about tax issues affect employee shares.
Have an overview on the tax issues relating to venture capital
Be introduced to how to advise purchasers on the key tax issues, including capital allowances, capital gains and stamp duty