Practical Tax Planning Post Budget 2016Key Haven Seminar
SPEAKERS Robert Venables Q.C. (Chairman) Amanda Hardy Q.C. Philip Simpson Q.C. Patrick Cannon Harriet Brown Setu Kamal Oliver Marre All the speakers are barristers and members of Old Square Tax Chambers, 15 Old Square, Lincolns’s Inn, London WC2A 3UE. PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE 09.00 Delegate Registration 09.30 Chairman’s Introduction 09.40 Converting Income into Capital Gains – Robert Venables Q.C. and Oliver Marre Taking full advantage of the fall in capital gains tax rates – established anti-avoidance rules – new anti-avoidance rules proposed in Finance Act 2016, including alterations to transactions in securities rules and new rules on liquidation capital gains. 10.20 Stamp Duty Land Tax Changes – Patrick Cannon Residential Property – Additional rate on residential property – Non-residential property 11.00 Discussion Session with Coffee 11.15 Offshore Developments – Harriet Brown DTAs update: Jersey, Guernsey, other proposed changes and recent DTA case law •Taxation of foreign trade in UK real property •Rectification, mistake and Hastings-Bass: an offshore update • Case law update • Exchange of tax information update 11.55 The UBS Decision in the Supreme Court (March 2016) – Robert Venables Q.C. Importance for taxation of directors and employees – A New development in the Ramsay Doctrine 12.30 Close of Morning Session 13.30 Registration for those Attending Afternoon Session Only 14.00 Chairman’s Introduction to Afternoon Session 14.05 “Disguised Remuneration” Changes – Robert Venables Q.C. New Charges to Tax on Non-Existent Income – Finance Act 2016 Changes – Future Changes – Threatened 2019 Retrospective Tax Charge – Contractor Strategies – Close Company Profit Extraction Strategies 14.40 Promoters and Introducers & New Hurdles and Sanctions for Businesses – Setu Kamal Recent and proposed developments in the Promoters of Tax Schemes regime – Mandatory Publication of Tax Strategies by Businesses – Rules for Businesses which Persistently Engage in Aggressive Tax Planning 15.20 Changes to Taxation of Foreign Domiciliaries – Amanda Hardy Q.C. New Rules for Eligibility for Foreign Domiciliary Status – income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax – New rules for Excluded Property Trusts – New Charge on indirectly held United Kingdom Property 16.05 Discussion Session with Tea 16.20 Other Penalties and Criminal Offences – Philip Simpson Q.C. Civil Sanctions for Enablers of Offshore Evasion – Strengthened Civil Deterrents for Offshore Evasion – The Criminalisation of Accidental Tax “Evasion” – A Duty to correct past offshore tax non-compliance – A Criminal Offence of Failing to Prevent Criminal Tax Evasion 17.00 Panel Session and Questions to Speakers 17.30 Close of Seminar For booking information, please contact Key Haven Publications Ltd via email.
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