Old Square Tax Chambers are hosting an afternoon seminar on 13 September 2017 where Philip Simpson Q.C., Patrick Cannon and Etienne Wong will be speaking on Current issues in SDLT and VAT.
The seminar is to be held from 4.00 pm to 6.15 pm in The Old Hall, Lincoln’s Inn and the timetable will be as follows:
4.00 – 4.15 Tea & Coffee
4.15 – 4.50 Patrick Cannon on SDLT Round-up for 2017 – Frosh and closure notices – The SDT and Mr Chan – Crest Nicholson: is it really a precedent? – Scots and Welsh LBTT and LTT – S77A guidance – Traps and opportunities with the additional 3% rate
4.50 – 5.25 Etienne Wong on DOTAS: VAT – what are “notifiable arrangements”?; retail supplies – splitting and value shifting; offshore supplies; insurance and finance; offshore supplies – “relevant business persons”; option to tax – disapplication – what constitutes a “tax advantage”? – what are (and are not) “notifiable proposals”? – who is (and is not) a “promoter”? – what happens with the VADR?
5.25 – 6.00 Philip Simpson Q.C. on VAT, online sales and vouchers – Online transactions – EU law – Vouchers – Brexit issues
6.00 – 6.15 Question to the speakers followed by drinks
Drinks will be hosted immediately after the seminar at which you will have an opportunity to meet members of Old Square Tax Chambers.
The seminar is free of charge and will provide 2 hours of CPD.
Please let us know if you wish to attend by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and do feel free to forward this e-mail to any colleagues who might be interested in joining us.