Member Events

FD Forum - Breakfast Meeting

Non-Member Price £0.00 excl. VAT

Places available: 6
Date26 March 2013
Time08:30 - 10:00
LocationAPCO Worldwide, 90 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9RA
 

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Financial Directors Forum

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The PRCA’s Financial Directors forum would like to invite you to attend their next meeting on Tuesday 26th March.

The speaker will be Nigel May, a partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson. Nigel has over twenty years’ experience in offering proactive tax advice and regularly lectures on a diverse range of taxation matters including: budget commentaries, self-assessment and tax and financial planning. During the briefing he will look to touch upon some of the following topics:

  • When should you expect an HMRC audit for VAT/PAY/NI?
  • What is the typical scope of the Audit?
  • What are the typical issues that they look for?
  • What can you do to mitigate these?
  • What is the best approach for negotiating fines and/or penalties?
  • What is the best approach to employing/using freelancers/consultants on projects on long term contracts?
  • What is a PSA and when should you consider putting in place?

APCO worldwide are kindly hosting the event at their central London office: 90 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9RA.

Please arrive at 8am for tea/coffee/breakfast items an 8.30am start.

If you would like to attend please register via the website. Any questions please email the Chairmen: John Leece or Edward Parsons



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