Wednesday, July 21, 2021 - 09:00 - 10:00

SEISS: Reviewing client entitlement & tax returns

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SEISS: Reviewing client entitlement & tax returns

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About this episode

The issues around SEISS claims made by clients and whether they were claimed appropriately has long been a thorny topic. So, if it’s giving you sleepless nights, join us for an interactive discussion on the requirements for SEISS claims and get some expert tips on managing this tricky subject with your clients.

You’ll come away with a better understanding of:
- How to check entitlement for your clients, including entitlement to Grant 5
- What you need to do regarding the 2021 tax return.
- What the criteria are for the various self-employed grants during 2020/21.

So, if you’re worried about SEISS claims, this session will help put your mind at rest and will make sure you are prepared. Register now to secure your place - and don’t forget to bring your questions!

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