High Risk Tax Areas – The Accountant’s Guide

High Risk Areas for Accountancy / Tax Practices

Online Course on High Tax Risk Areas

The UK Tax Code is widely acknowledged as one of the longest and most complex in the world.

So, as a tax practitioner you are under more pressure than ever to keep up to date with the changes to legislation and to be able to apply that High Risk Tax Areas – The Accountant’s Guide knowledge to your clients’ tax affairs.

Leading tax specialists, Gabelle, have compiled High Risk Areas for Tax
Practices to demystify the areas of the UK Tax Code which, from their experience,
pose the most difficulties in interpretation and application for tax practitioners.

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Our High Tax Risk Areas Online Course will enable the learner to:

• Identify the risk area in question High Risk Tax Areas – The Accountant’s Guide
• Identify the type of questions you will need to ask your client in relation to that risk area
• Confidently discuss the risk area in question with your client
• Better understand the timing considerations relating to each risk area
• Provide practical and relevant advice to your client when dealing with the relevant risk area

Learning outcomes of High Tax Risk Areas

Income Tax
• Statutory Residence Test (SRT)
• Remittance Basis
• High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICB)
• Student Loans
• Share Loss Relief
TRA Income Tax

Capital Gains Tax
• Principal Private Residence Relief (PPR)
• Entrepreneurs’ Relief (ER)
• Incorporation Relief
• Disposal of EIS shares
• Non Resident Capital Gains Tax
TRA capital gains tax

Business Tax
• Dividend Waivers
• Entertainment
• Annual Investment Allowance (AIA)
• Loans to participators
• Goodwill
TRA business tax

Target audience for our High Tax Risk Areas Course

Accounting professionals at all levels in practice and industry looking to better understand tax for their clients or organisation.

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About the Author of High Risk Tax Areas

Gabelle LLPGabelle LLP are an award winning, independent team of tax experts who provide comprehensive tax advice.

For many years Gabelle have been providing accountants, and other industry professionals, support with technical tax know-how and practical experience.

The Tax Tips for Accountants series is a unique collection of CPD courses designed to give Accountants what they need to know about Tax.

These courses get straight to the nub of the questions that accountants need to answer and pitfalls to be avoided.

The series has been designed by Gabelle, and is based on the most frequently asked questions on their accountants’ helpline.

Flexible learning

Learners take their own route through the topics covered in the course. They will learn at their own pace through a variety of activities designed to accommodate a range of learning styles.

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