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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 financial reporting issues for charities
This webinar will explain how to apply the accounting rules in a way that makes sense for your charity.
Cashflow opportunities through corporate tax
Looking at some of the ways beyond the specific COVID-19 measures where you can use corporation tax opportunities to help cashflow.
Managing your cashflow with CBILS and CJRS
How your business can successfully apply for these two government-backed schemes to help you manage your cashflow.
COVID-19 and cybercrime
Addressing some immediate areas to think about and focus on e.g. what to look out for in the current pandemic, how to protect yourselves and your employees.
COVID-19 and fraud 
What you need to do NOW, and in the current situation where face-to-face contact is difficult, and in what capacity,  Crowe can undertake investigations remotely.
VAT bitesize webinars 
Designed to bring some certainty regarding your VAT position during these uncertain times, while supporting your team when many will be working remotely.
VAT cashflow planning
Looking at some of the UK VAT good 'housekeeping' items which could help your cash position, e.g. VAT Bad Debt relief, input VAT accruals, import VAT reclaims and more.
Governance for charities in a VUCA world
Delivering your charitable objectives and carrying out good governance in a VUCA world is far from easy, we explore the important areas you need to be addressing.
COVID-19 financial reporting issues for charities
This webinar will explain how to apply the accounting rules in a way that makes sense for your charity.
Cashflow opportunities through corporate tax
Looking at some of the ways beyond the specific COVID-19 measures where you can use corporation tax opportunities to help cashflow.
Managing your cashflow with CBILS and CJRS
How your business can successfully apply for these two government-backed schemes to help you manage your cashflow.
COVID-19 and cybercrime
Addressing some immediate areas to think about and focus on e.g. what to look out for in the current pandemic, how to protect yourselves and your employees.
COVID-19 and fraud 
What you need to do NOW, and in the current situation where face-to-face contact is difficult, and in what capacity,  Crowe can undertake investigations remotely.
VAT bitesize webinars 
Designed to bring some certainty regarding your VAT position during these uncertain times, while supporting your team when many will be working remotely.
VAT cashflow planning
Looking at some of the UK VAT good 'housekeeping' items which could help your cash position, e.g. VAT Bad Debt relief, input VAT accruals, import VAT reclaims and more.
Governance for charities in a VUCA world
Delivering your charitable objectives and carrying out good governance in a VUCA world is far from easy, we explore the important areas you need to be addressing.

Corporates

Corporate reporting update
 Matthew Stallabrass, Corporate Audit Partner and Head of Listed Businesses gives a financial accounting update focused on the corporate reporting expectations for 2020/21.
Brexit preparations: still time to act
Helping businesses with their final Brexit preparations, explaining the key areas of change and providing insights into how these changes can be managed.
Brexit preparations: are you ready?
Aimed at businesses involved with the cross-border trade in goods, an overview of ‘what we know so far’ and ‘what is still to be resolved’ in relation to the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU.
Getting ready for Brexit
Rob Janering, Director, VAT looks at the latest developments with Brexit, its impact on customs and the
key takeaways.
Fraud and international trade
In the current climate, fraud has become more prevalent within international trade, in this webinar Jim Gee, Partner, Head of Forensics and Counter Fraud looks at how to minimise the risk.
Getting back on a new and safe track 
Johnathan Dudley, Partner, Head of Manufacturing evaluates the key actions that can help you to get your business back on track as we exit the pandemic.
Doing business in the UK
In association with the Department for International Trade. The focus will be on tech businesses that are looking to raise capital, invest or grow in the UK market.
Tax impacts of rent reductions and deferment
Lockdown agreements between landlords and tenants are taking many forms but we look at the three most popular options.
Financial reporting update
Two part webinar - covering guidance from FRC, practical issues such as concessions granted by Companies House and other government financial support measures.
Taxation update
Including March 2020 Budget, the new £1 million CGT limit for owner managers, July emergency Budget announce-ments, extension of the CJRS furlough scheme and an update on VAT developments.
Cybercrime: fix the most common vulnerabilities
Looking at the cybercrime risks facing listed businesses and preventative measures you can put in place.
Financial Accounting upddate: IFRS
Helping to ensure finance teams are prepared in light of the continually changing International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
Construction Industry Scheme 
CIS: a refesher for contractors and deemed contractors.
Making Tax Digital for VAT 2020
 Providing you with the additional MTD rules, and what you need to do to be ready for the impending deadlines in 2020.
Corporate reporting update
 Matthew Stallabrass, Corporate Audit Partner and Head of Listed Businesses gives a financial accounting update focused on the corporate reporting expectations for 2020/21.
Brexit preparations: still time to act
Helping businesses with their final Brexit preparations, explaining the key areas of change and providing insights into how these changes can be managed.
Brexit preparations: are you ready?
Aimed at businesses involved with the cross-border trade in goods, an overview of ‘what we know so far’ and ‘what is still to be resolved’ in relation to the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU.
Getting ready for Brexit
Rob Janering, Director, VAT looks at the latest developments with Brexit, its impact on customs and the
key takeaways.
Fraud and international trade
In the current climate, fraud has become more prevalent within international trade, in this webinar Jim Gee, Partner, Head of Forensics and Counter Fraud looks at how to minimise the risk.
Getting back on a new and safe track 
Johnathan Dudley, Partner, Head of Manufacturing evaluates the key actions that can help you to get your business back on track as we exit the pandemic.
Doing business in the UK
In association with the Department for International Trade. The focus will be on tech businesses that are looking to raise capital, invest or grow in the UK market.
Tax impacts of rent reductions and deferment
Lockdown agreements between landlords and tenants are taking many forms but we look at the three most popular options.
Financial reporting update
Two part webinar - covering guidance from FRC, practical issues such as concessions granted by Companies House and other government financial support measures.
Taxation update
Including March 2020 Budget, the new £1 million CGT limit for owner managers, July emergency Budget announce-ments, extension of the CJRS furlough scheme and an update on VAT developments.
Cybercrime: fix the most common vulnerabilities
Looking at the cybercrime risks facing listed businesses and preventative measures you can put in place.
Financial Accounting upddate: IFRS
Helping to ensure finance teams are prepared in light of the continually changing International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
Construction Industry Scheme 
CIS: a refesher for contractors and deemed contractors.
Making Tax Digital for VAT 2020
 Providing you with the additional MTD rules, and what you need to do to be ready for the impending deadlines in 2020.

Cybercrime and fraud

An introduction to cyber security
Covering the fundamentals of cyber security, including commonly used terms and
governance.
Diagnosing the organisa-tion’s vulnerabilities
Covering the steps you can take to diagnose its cyber vulnerabilities, addressing the identification, assessment and understanding of cyber security risks.
Strengthening resilience
Ensuring adequate cyber security requires core issues are actively managed. This sessions will describe what the core issues are and explain why they matter.
Incident response
It is not a question of if there will be a cyber incident, it is a question of when it will happen. We will cover how an organisation should prepare for an incident.
Fraud and international trade
In the current climate, fraud has become more prevalent within international trade, in this webinar Jim Gee, Partner, Head of Forensics and Counter Fraud looks at how to minimise the risk.
Cybercrime: effective protection for SMEs
Covering the best approach for managing your cybercrime protection and the five important stages to consider - Prevent, Protect, Defend, React, Recover.
COVID-19 and cybercrime
Addressing some immediate areas to think about and focus on e.g. what to look out for in the current pandemic, how to protect yourselves and your employees.
COVID-19 and fraud 
What you need to do NOW, and in the current situation where face-to-face contact is difficult, and in what capacity,  Crowe can undertake investigations remotely.
Cybercrime: fix the most common vulnerabilities
Looking at the cybercrime risks facing listed businesses and preventative measures you can put in place.
An introduction to cyber security
Covering the fundamentals of cyber security, including commonly used terms and
governance.
Diagnosing the organisa-tion’s vulnerabilities
Covering the steps you can take to diagnose its cyber vulnerabilities, addressing the identification, assessment and understanding of cyber security risks.
Strengthening resilience
Ensuring adequate cyber security requires core issues are actively managed. This sessions will describe what the core issues are and explain why they matter.
Incident response
It is not a question of if there will be a cyber incident, it is a question of when it will happen. We will cover how an organisation should prepare for an incident.
Fraud and international trade
In the current climate, fraud has become more prevalent within international trade, in this webinar Jim Gee, Partner, Head of Forensics and Counter Fraud looks at how to minimise the risk.
Cybercrime: effective protection for SMEs
Covering the best approach for managing your cybercrime protection and the five important stages to consider - Prevent, Protect, Defend, React, Recover.
COVID-19 and cybercrime
Addressing some immediate areas to think about and focus on e.g. what to look out for in the current pandemic, how to protect yourselves and your employees.
COVID-19 and fraud 
What you need to do NOW, and in the current situation where face-to-face contact is difficult, and in what capacity,  Crowe can undertake investigations remotely.
Cybercrime: fix the most common vulnerabilities
Looking at the cybercrime risks facing listed businesses and preventative measures you can put in place.

Employment tax

Managing your cashflow with CBILS and CJRS
How your business can successfully apply for these two government-backed schemes to help you manage your cashflow.
Off payroll working
Key things that organisations currently need to know when dealing with off payroll workers and the changes ahead.
Construction Industry Scheme 
CIS: a refesher for contractors and deemed contractors.
Managing your cashflow with CBILS and CJRS
How your business can successfully apply for these two government-backed schemes to help you manage your cashflow.
Off payroll working
Key things that organisations currently need to know when dealing with off payroll workers and the changes ahead.
Construction Industry Scheme 
CIS: a refesher for contractors and deemed contractors.

Non Profit

How technology is transforming the charity sector
Addressing some of the challenges charities face, how charities consider their digital strategies, along with fraud and cybercrime and what you can do about it.
India's Foreign Contribution Regulation (Amendment) Act 2020
Aimed at NGOs and their funders working or funding work in India. Noshir  Dadrawala, CAP will explain the key areas of the Act and what may be possible to limit the adverse consequences.   
Independent Schools technical update
An update for accountants, bursars and governors who may be finalising their 2020 financial accounts or want to be updated with the latest changes.
Charity VAT update
As we navigate a post-COVID world, we discuss the specific areas impacting Non-Profit organisations; Making Tax Digital, e-publications, digital advertising, deferred VAT and temporary 5% reduced rate extended.
Introduction to the Good Financial Grant Practice Certification
Looking at grand funding, the challenges facing INGOs, overview of the Global Grant Community, role of the GFGP, and Certification process and benefits.
Crowe and IRM: Perspectives across the sector - the Nursing and Midwifery Council
We hear from the NMC in the first of our risk management webinar series as they share their experiences of their COVID-19 response.
Emerging updates virtual conference
Focusing on the important emerging issues charities are facing as they navigate this challenging period, including guest speakers Liz Martins, UK Economist, HSBC and Caron Bradshaw, CE, CFG.
Tax implications of changing tenure mix
We will explore some of the reasons why it is important to take into account tax adjustments when re-assessing development plans
Trustee Essentials: Trustee responsibilities
Supporting charity Trustees -  our bite sized webinar will focus on the board of the future, managing uncertainty, improving performance and positioning for the future.
Charity VAT reliefs
Focusing on where VAT is not chargeable on charity costs and maximising the reliefs available and details where work on property can be relieved of VAT.
Improving efficiency and productivity
Focusing on the areas that charities need to address to improve their efficiency and productivity.
Internal Audit's response during COVID-19
Looking at the perspectives on the role of IA, along with risk issues which should be considered by management and internal audit and potential fraud risks and mitigation strategies.
Trustee Essentials: Reserves, going concern and reporting
We cover what Trustees should be considering with respect to reserves, going concern and financial statement reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Governance for charities in a VUCA world
Delivering your charitable objectives and carrying out good governance in a VUCA world is far from easy, we explore the important areas you need to be addressing.
COVID-19 financial reporting issues for charities
This webinar will explain how to apply the accounting rules in a way that makes sense for your charity.
Charity VAT update
Keeping you abreast of the latest VAT news affecting charities and Non Profit bodies, including some positive updates on Making Tax Digital for VAT, cashflow, and other crucial issues. 
Demonstrating your charity's impact
We will explore impact reporting as an important tool for enabling organisations to improve their strategic and operational decision making by aligning these with the charity's strategic objectives.
Back to Basics: VAT for Housing Associations
Our series of six short webinars provide you with insight into some of the key VAT concepts for housing associations. 
Social Housing VAT update
Our update examines the key VAT developments in the last 18 months that affect the sector, and how providers of social housing can prepare for the changes ahead.
Housing Associations: VAT exemption for cost sharing 
What do the new rules mean for housings associations and how you can reduce costs for all parties. 
Making Tax Digital for VAT 2020
 Providing you with the additional MTD rules, and what you need to do to be ready for the impending deadlines in 2020.
VAT update for Schools
Providing you with practical insight into the VAT issues faced by schools e.g. 20% vat to school fees, supplies of school property, vat consequences, overseas agents and more.
VAT update for Schools
Practical insights facing schools, covering Making Tax Digital, school fees, school lets, common VAT errors, VAT registration and VAT consequences of setting up foreign schools. 
Students' Unions: HMRC challenge to exempt catering
HMRC appears to be going after Unions by categorising catering outlets as 'bars', we look at the arguments; how to try and defend your position.
Students' Unions VAT update
An update on the latest VAT news and challenges, and what to look out for to try and save money during these difficult times.
Students' Unions: HMRC challenge to exempt fundraising
Covering the background, why the case lost, past events treated as exempt, current/future events you run and VAT news affecting you.
Three lines of Defence model
A joint webinar with the Institute of Internal Auditors on the Three Lines of Defence (3LOD) model, its strengths and weaknesses.
VAT for Section 33 Bodies
An overview of the main issues on The VAT rules in VAT Act Section 33 covering Academies, Air Ambulances and Hospices are still relatively new for the sectors.
VAT saving in the welfare sector
Assisting organisations within the welfare sector to significantly increase VAT recovery in relation to their core services to Local Authorities and NHS Trusts.
Trade Union VAT update
Providing clarity to your VAT position, taking you through the must-do actions on compliance issues / potential opportunities.
Housing Associations: Making Tax Digital 2019
Incorporating all of the new information that has been issued by HMRC. Focusing on the issues that HAs are facing getting their records ready for MTD.
Charity VAT update 
Providing all of the latest tribunal judgements from HMRC which affect charities and non profit bodies along with Making Tax Digital for VAT and Brexit.
Making Tax Digital 2019
Taking you through the must-do actions, as well as providing practical examples and advice on meeting the imminent challenges of MTD.
How technology is transforming the charity sector
Addressing some of the challenges charities face, how charities consider their digital strategies, along with fraud and cybercrime and what you can do about it.
India's Foreign Contribution Regulation (Amendment) Act 2020
Aimed at NGOs and their funders working or funding work in India. Noshir  Dadrawala, CAP will explain the key areas of the Act and what may be possible to limit the adverse consequences.   
Independent Schools technical update
An update for accountants, bursars and governors who may be finalising their 2020 financial accounts or want to be updated with the latest changes.
Charity VAT update
As we navigate a post-COVID world, we discuss the specific areas impacting Non-Profit organisations; Making Tax Digital, e-publications, digital advertising, deferred VAT and temporary 5% reduced rate extended.
Introduction to the Good Financial Grant Practice Certification
Looking at grand funding, the challenges facing INGOs, overview of the Global Grant Community, role of the GFGP, and Certification process and benefits.
Crowe and IRM: Perspectives across the sector - the Nursing and Midwifery Council
We hear from the NMC in the first of our risk management webinar series as they share their experiences of their COVID-19 response.
Emerging updates virtual conference
Focusing on the important emerging issues charities are facing as they navigate this challenging period, including guest speakers Liz Martins, UK Economist, HSBC and Caron Bradshaw, CE, CFG.
Tax implications of changing tenure mix
We will explore some of the reasons why it is important to take into account tax adjustments when re-assessing development plans
Trustee Essentials: Trustee responsibilities
Supporting charity Trustees -  our bite sized webinar will focus on the board of the future, managing uncertainty, improving performance and positioning for the future.
Charity VAT reliefs
Focusing on where VAT is not chargeable on charity costs and maximising the reliefs available and details where work on property can be relieved of VAT.
Improving efficiency and productivity
Focusing on the areas that charities need to address to improve their efficiency and productivity.
Internal Audit's response during COVID-19
Looking at the perspectives on the role of IA, along with risk issues which should be considered by management and internal audit and potential fraud risks and mitigation strategies.
Trustee Essentials: Reserves, going concern and reporting
We cover what Trustees should be considering with respect to reserves, going concern and financial statement reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Governance for charities in a VUCA world
Delivering your charitable objectives and carrying out good governance in a VUCA world is far from easy, we explore the important areas you need to be addressing.
COVID-19 financial reporting issues for charities
This webinar will explain how to apply the accounting rules in a way that makes sense for your charity.
Charity VAT update
Keeping you abreast of the latest VAT news affecting charities and Non Profit bodies, including some positive updates on Making Tax Digital for VAT, cashflow, and other crucial issues. 
Demonstrating your charity's impact
We will explore impact reporting as an important tool for enabling organisations to improve their strategic and operational decision making by aligning these with the charity's strategic objectives.
Back to Basics: VAT for Housing Associations
Our series of six short webinars provide you with insight into some of the key VAT concepts for housing associations. 
Social Housing VAT update
Our update examines the key VAT developments in the last 18 months that affect the sector, and how providers of social housing can prepare for the changes ahead.
Housing Associations: VAT exemption for cost sharing 
What do the new rules mean for housings associations and how you can reduce costs for all parties. 
Making Tax Digital for VAT 2020
 Providing you with the additional MTD rules, and what you need to do to be ready for the impending deadlines in 2020.
VAT update for Schools
Providing you with practical insight into the VAT issues faced by schools e.g. 20% vat to school fees, supplies of school property, vat consequences, overseas agents and more.
VAT update for Schools
Practical insights facing schools, covering Making Tax Digital, school fees, school lets, common VAT errors, VAT registration and VAT consequences of setting up foreign schools. 
Students' Unions: HMRC challenge to exempt catering
HMRC appears to be going after Unions by categorising catering outlets as 'bars', we look at the arguments; how to try and defend your position.
Students' Unions VAT update
An update on the latest VAT news and challenges, and what to look out for to try and save money during these difficult times.
Students' Unions: HMRC challenge to exempt fundraising
Covering the background, why the case lost, past events treated as exempt, current/future events you run and VAT news affecting you.
Three lines of Defence model
A joint webinar with the Institute of Internal Auditors on the Three Lines of Defence (3LOD) model, its strengths and weaknesses.
VAT for Section 33 Bodies
An overview of the main issues on The VAT rules in VAT Act Section 33 covering Academies, Air Ambulances and Hospices are still relatively new for the sectors.
VAT saving in the welfare sector
Assisting organisations within the welfare sector to significantly increase VAT recovery in relation to their core services to Local Authorities and NHS Trusts.
Trade Union VAT update
Providing clarity to your VAT position, taking you through the must-do actions on compliance issues / potential opportunities.
Housing Associations: Making Tax Digital 2019
Incorporating all of the new information that has been issued by HMRC. Focusing on the issues that HAs are facing getting their records ready for MTD.
Charity VAT update 
Providing all of the latest tribunal judgements from HMRC which affect charities and non profit bodies along with Making Tax Digital for VAT and Brexit.
Making Tax Digital 2019
Taking you through the must-do actions, as well as providing practical examples and advice on meeting the imminent challenges of MTD.

Pensions Funds

PASA Cybercrime guidance
Pensions Administration Standards Association launch new cybercrime guidance for pensions administrators. Guidance and commentary from Jim Gee, Crowe and Lucy Stone, The Pensions Regulator. 
GMP equalisations
Many pension funds will now have to take actions to ensure that they are complying with GMP equalisations requirements and the many considerations involved.
IORP II: focusing on internal audit
How internal audit can complement schemes risk management, and practical steps to ensure you have robust assurance around key controls.
SORP 2018
After the publications of the 2018 Pensions SORP, we reflect on the changes and whether schemes could early adopt.
PASA Cybercrime guidance
Pensions Administration Standards Association launch new cybercrime guidance for pensions administrators. Guidance and commentary from Jim Gee, Crowe and Lucy Stone, The Pensions Regulator. 
GMP equalisations
Many pension funds will now have to take actions to ensure that they are complying with GMP equalisations requirements and the many considerations involved.
IORP II: focusing on internal audit
How internal audit can complement schemes risk management, and practical steps to ensure you have robust assurance around key controls.
SORP 2018
After the publications of the 2018 Pensions SORP, we reflect on the changes and whether schemes could early adopt.

Private Clients

Residential property tax for landlords
Mark Stemp will identify tax planning opportunities and share knowledge on the tax changes facing residential landlords, areas such as CGT, SDLT, MTD, Loan interest tax relief restrictions etc.  
Inheritance Tax: Debunking the myths
Discussing the importance of effective but simple IHT planning, understanding the residential nil rate band, Will planning, LPAS, Lifetime planning, Trusts and much more.
SDLT update
For advisors to private clients covering some of the SDLT issues that your clients may face by when buying a home, including the latest HMRC guidance, SDLT holiday, SDLT payable along with some recent case studies.
CGT reporting requirements for UK residential property
This webinar for advisors to private clients looks at an overview of the new requirements and some examples of when a gain will need to be reported.
Residential property tax for landlords
Mark Stemp will identify tax planning opportunities and share knowledge on the tax changes facing residential landlords, areas such as CGT, SDLT, MTD, Loan interest tax relief restrictions etc.  
Inheritance Tax: Debunking the myths
Discussing the importance of effective but simple IHT planning, understanding the residential nil rate band, Will planning, LPAS, Lifetime planning, Trusts and much more.
SDLT update
For advisors to private clients covering some of the SDLT issues that your clients may face by when buying a home, including the latest HMRC guidance, SDLT holiday, SDLT payable along with some recent case studies.
CGT reporting requirements for UK residential property
This webinar for advisors to private clients looks at an overview of the new requirements and some examples of when a gain will need to be reported.

Professional Firms

VAT treatment of disbursements
 Following the Brabners case, we look at the Court of Appeal's decision and the technical position, what it could mean for firms and the practical actions to take.
New Partners
Three webinars for partners new to the business covering: accounts and management information, partners' personal tax and personal financial planning.
VAT treatment of disbursements
 Following the Brabners case, we look at the Court of Appeal's decision and the technical position, what it could mean for firms and the practical actions to take.
New Partners
Three webinars for partners new to the business covering: accounts and management information, partners' personal tax and personal financial planning.

Tax Resolutions

Finance Act 2020: Coronavirus receipts and penalties 
John Cassidy, looks at the details of the Finance Act 2020, penalties and what this means for companies using the coronavirus job retention scheme. 
Top 10 myths about HMRC enquiries
Join our webinar with John Cassidy, our resident myth buster when it comes to HMRC enquiries.
Avoiding tax professional negligence claims
John Cassidy provides some useful tips and advice on how to avoid claims of professional negligence regarding tax matters.
Worldwide Disclosure Facility
Sean Wakeman walks you through Worldwide Disclosure Facility and how it can be used effectively. 
Let Property Campaign
Own rental property, but not sure how to disclose tax? Hayley explains HMRC’s Let
Property Campaign, and how it can be used to correct past non-compliance.
Discovery Assessment
Discovery assessment
can be very complex, Mark Ayre explores the key points and latest developments. 
Reasonable excuse in the real world
Ian Shirley brings reasonable excuse to life with examples of where they have been
successfully used.
Top 10 tips on dealing with HMRC in lockdown
Sean Wakeman, National Head of Tax Resolutions, gives his top 10 tips on how to deal with HMRC while we are in lockdown. 
Reasonable excuse in an unreasonable world
John Cassidy unravels the mystery of 'reasonable excuse' and how it can
be used to reduce penalties issued by HMRC. 
Finance Act 2020: Coronavirus receipts and penalties 
John Cassidy, looks at the details of the Finance Act 2020, penalties and what this means for companies using the coronavirus job retention scheme. 
Top 10 myths about HMRC enquiries
Join our webinar with John Cassidy, our resident myth buster when it comes to HMRC enquiries.
Avoiding tax professional negligence claims
John Cassidy provides some useful tips and advice on how to avoid claims of professional negligence regarding tax matters.
Worldwide Disclosure Facility
Sean Wakeman walks you through Worldwide Disclosure Facility and how it can be used effectively. 
Let Property Campaign
Own rental property, but not sure how to disclose tax? Hayley explains HMRC’s Let
Property Campaign, and how it can be used to correct past non-compliance.
Discovery Assessment
Discovery assessment
can be very complex, Mark Ayre explores the key points and latest developments. 
Reasonable excuse in the real world
Ian Shirley brings reasonable excuse to life with examples of where they have been
successfully used.
Top 10 tips on dealing with HMRC in lockdown
Sean Wakeman, National Head of Tax Resolutions, gives his top 10 tips on how to deal with HMRC while we are in lockdown. 
Reasonable excuse in an unreasonable world
John Cassidy unravels the mystery of 'reasonable excuse' and how it can
be used to reduce penalties issued by HMRC. 

VAT

Brexit preparations: still time to act
Helping businesses with their final Brexit preparations, explaining the key areas of change and providing insights into how these changes can be managed.
Brexit preparations: are you ready?
Aimed at businesses involved with the cross-border trade in goods, an overview of ‘what we know so far’ and ‘what is still to be resolved’ in relation to the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU.
Charity VAT update
As we navigate a post-COVID world, we discuss the specific areas impacting Non-Profit organisations; Making Tax Digital, e-publications, digital advertising, deferred VAT and temporary 5% reduced rate extended.
Getting ready for Brexit
Rob Janering, Director, VAT looks at the latest developments with Brexit, its impact on customs and the
key takeaways.
VAT cashflow planning
Looking at some of the UK VAT good 'housekeeping' items which could help your cash position, e.g. VAT Bad Debt relief, input VAT accruals, import VAT reclaims and more.
VAT bitesize webinars 
Designed to bring some certainty regarding your VAT position during these uncertain times, while supporting your team when many will be working remotely.
VAT treatment of disbursements
 Following the Brabners case, we look at the Court of Appeal's decision and the technical position, what it could mean for firms and the practical actions to take.
Charity VAT update
Keeping you abreast of the latest VAT news affecting charities and Non Profit bodies, including some positive updates on Making Tax Digital for VAT, cashflow, and other crucial issues. 
Changes to VAT rules for EU trade in goods
Covering a number changes to EU VAT law that UK businesses may not be aware took effect from 1 January 2020.
Back to Basics: VAT for Housing Associations
Our series of six short webinars provide you with insight into some of the key VAT concepts for housing associations. 
Housing Associations: VAT exemption for cost sharing 
What do the new rules mean for housings associations and how you can reduce costs for all parties. 
Social Housing VAT update
Our update examines the key VAT developments in the last 18 months that affect the sector, and how providers of social housing can prepare for the changes ahead.
Making Tax Digital for VAT 2020
 Providing you with the additional MTD rules, and what you need to do to be ready for the impending deadlines in 2020.
VAT update for Schools
Providing you with practical insight into the VAT issues faced by schools e.g. 20% vat to school fees, supplies of school property, vat consequences, overseas agents and more.
VAT update for Schools
Practical insights facing schools, covering Making Tax Digital, school fees, school lets, common VAT errors, VAT registration and VAT consequences of setting up foreign schools. 
Students' Unions VAT update
An update on the latest VAT news and challenges, and what to look out for to try and save money during these difficult times.
Students' Unions: HMRC challenge to exempt fundraising
Covering the background, why the case lost, past events treated as exempt, current/future events you run and VAT news affecting you.
Students' Unions: HMRC challenge to exempt catering
HMRC appears to be going after Unions by categorising catering outlets as 'bars', we look at the arguments; how to try and defend your position.
VAT for Section 33 Bodies
An overview of the main issues on The VAT rules in VAT Act Section 33 covering Academies, Air Ambulances and Hospices are still relatively new for the sectors.
VAT saving in the welfare sector
Assisting organisations within the welfare sector to significantly increase VAT recovery in relation to their core services to Local Authorities and NHS Trusts.
Trade Union VAT update
Providing clarity to your VAT position, taking you through the must-do actions on compliance issues / potential opportunities.
Housing Associations: Making Tax Digital 2019
Incorporating all of the new information that has been issued by HMRC. Focusing on the issues that HAs are facing getting their records ready for MTD.
Making Tax Digital 2019
Taking you through the must-do actions, as well as providing practical examples and advice on meeting the imminent challenges of MTD.
Charity VAT reliefs
Focusing on where VAT is not chargeable on charity costs and maximising the reliefs available and details where work on property can be relieved of VAT.
Charity VAT update 
Providing all of the latest tribunal judgements from HMRC which affect charities and non profit bodies along with Making Tax Digital for VAT and Brexit.
Brexit preparations: still time to act
Helping businesses with their final Brexit preparations, explaining the key areas of change and providing insights into how these changes can be managed.
Brexit preparations: are you ready?
Aimed at businesses involved with the cross-border trade in goods, an overview of ‘what we know so far’ and ‘what is still to be resolved’ in relation to the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU.
Charity VAT update
As we navigate a post-COVID world, we discuss the specific areas impacting Non-Profit organisations; Making Tax Digital, e-publications, digital advertising, deferred VAT and temporary 5% reduced rate extended.
Getting ready for Brexit
Rob Janering, Director, VAT looks at the latest developments with Brexit, its impact on customs and the
key takeaways.
VAT cashflow planning
Looking at some of the UK VAT good 'housekeeping' items which could help your cash position, e.g. VAT Bad Debt relief, input VAT accruals, import VAT reclaims and more.
VAT bitesize webinars 
Designed to bring some certainty regarding your VAT position during these uncertain times, while supporting your team when many will be working remotely.
VAT treatment of disbursements
 Following the Brabners case, we look at the Court of Appeal's decision and the technical position, what it could mean for firms and the practical actions to take.
Charity VAT update
Keeping you abreast of the latest VAT news affecting charities and Non Profit bodies, including some positive updates on Making Tax Digital for VAT, cashflow, and other crucial issues. 
Changes to VAT rules for EU trade in goods
Covering a number changes to EU VAT law that UK businesses may not be aware took effect from 1 January 2020.
Back to Basics: VAT for Housing Associations
Our series of six short webinars provide you with insight into some of the key VAT concepts for housing associations. 
Housing Associations: VAT exemption for cost sharing 
What do the new rules mean for housings associations and how you can reduce costs for all parties. 
Social Housing VAT update
Our update examines the key VAT developments in the last 18 months that affect the sector, and how providers of social housing can prepare for the changes ahead.
Making Tax Digital for VAT 2020
 Providing you with the additional MTD rules, and what you need to do to be ready for the impending deadlines in 2020.
VAT update for Schools
Providing you with practical insight into the VAT issues faced by schools e.g. 20% vat to school fees, supplies of school property, vat consequences, overseas agents and more.
VAT update for Schools
Practical insights facing schools, covering Making Tax Digital, school fees, school lets, common VAT errors, VAT registration and VAT consequences of setting up foreign schools. 
Students' Unions VAT update
An update on the latest VAT news and challenges, and what to look out for to try and save money during these difficult times.
Students' Unions: HMRC challenge to exempt fundraising
Covering the background, why the case lost, past events treated as exempt, current/future events you run and VAT news affecting you.
Students' Unions: HMRC challenge to exempt catering
HMRC appears to be going after Unions by categorising catering outlets as 'bars', we look at the arguments; how to try and defend your position.
VAT for Section 33 Bodies
An overview of the main issues on The VAT rules in VAT Act Section 33 covering Academies, Air Ambulances and Hospices are still relatively new for the sectors.
VAT saving in the welfare sector
Assisting organisations within the welfare sector to significantly increase VAT recovery in relation to their core services to Local Authorities and NHS Trusts.
Trade Union VAT update
Providing clarity to your VAT position, taking you through the must-do actions on compliance issues / potential opportunities.
Housing Associations: Making Tax Digital 2019
Incorporating all of the new information that has been issued by HMRC. Focusing on the issues that HAs are facing getting their records ready for MTD.
Making Tax Digital 2019
Taking you through the must-do actions, as well as providing practical examples and advice on meeting the imminent challenges of MTD.
Charity VAT reliefs
Focusing on where VAT is not chargeable on charity costs and maximising the reliefs available and details where work on property can be relieved of VAT.
Charity VAT update 
Providing all of the latest tribunal judgements from HMRC which affect charities and non profit bodies along with Making Tax Digital for VAT and Brexit.

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