CCH Podcasts | AccountingWEB

Welcome to our podcast series

Welcome to AccountingWEB's tax podcast series with Anne Fairpo, featuring free CPD - sponsored by CCH.

Podcast 25 (10 December) | Autumn statement round-up
»  Autumn Statement: employee ownership plan; controlling persons rules dropped
»  Intra-group debt not a loan relationship (MJ Media Services case)
»  Government action on avoidance/evasion - why do media get it so wrong?
»  Plant and machinery allowances now allowable for some polytunnels

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Every Monday Anne will bring you her latest analysis of the week's developments in tax in twenty minute instalments for you to download or listen to online. On top of that you can register below to receive free CPD hours by answering the questions that Anne will set after the first hour of material (three weeks of podcasts).

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About the speaker

Anne Fairpo, CTA(Fellow), Barrister, Atlas Chambers & 13 Old Square Chambers

anne-fairpo Anne's practice covers UK and international corporate tax planning and disputes. Anne contributes to a number of publications and is co-author the British Master Tax Guide from CCH; she has been a member of AccountingWEB for 12 years. She is Vice-President of the CIOT, chairs the Education committee, and is a member of the London branch committee.


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»  Episodes 1-3
»  Episodes 4-6
»  Episodes 7-9
»  Episodes 10-12
»  Episodes 13-15
»  Episodes 16-18

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