AccountingWEB will be hosting a Finance Act 2014 webinar with Rebecca Benneyworth at 11am on Monday 4 August.
The live, 45-minute webinar is part of a technical tax initiative on AccountingWEB sponsored by TaxCalc that is designed to keep members up to date with tax changes as they evolve and make it through to legisation.
Now that the Finance Act 2014 is on the statute boosk, Rebecca will be joined by Gabelle’s John Hood and other experts to discuss the key measures introduced in this year’s act. The controversial accelerated payments and follower notices regime for tax avoidance schemes has generated the most publicity in recent months, but Rebecca Benneyworth is keen for businesses and their advisers to understand the full implications of changes to the annual investment allowance (AIA).
And anyone who supplies e-services to customers within the European Union will need to get their head around changes to the VAT regime that will alter the place of supply to the customer’s location rather than the supplier. This move will mean small traders supplying such services may have to account for VAT at the different rates for each country within the EU that they sell to.
A VAT “Mini One Stop Shop” is being created to facilitate this process, but with the legislation now in place, it is well worth taking a few minutes to understand how this complex arrangement is supposed to work.
The live video webinar will be hosted on a separate page and include an interactive CoverItLive discussion panel, so that you can join in the debate and put your questions and concerns to our panel members.
The Finance Act 2014 webinar is sponsored by TaxCalc as part of the software developer’s commitment to help AccountingWEB members keep up with tax measures as they evolve through to legislation.