Corporate Tax - 2020 Virtual Conference
Chaired by Philip Ridgway, this virtual online conference will cover the latest developments in law and practice.
It will be delivered by a highly experienced team who will cover such topics as the new flexible CT loss reliefs, mergers and demergers, R&D related reliefs and much more.
Commencing at 10am this live online conference will cover the following topics:
10.00am-11.00am: Mergers & Demergers
Chair: Philip Ridgway, Temple Tax Chambers
This session will take you through the latest rules on mergers and demergers.
11.00am-12.00pm: Corporation Tax Loss Relief
Sarah Squires, Old Square Tax Chambers
Although it is 3 years since the government reformed CT loss relief, it is only now that the benefits of the new flexible reliefs will start to be felt - but at the same time, businesses with capital losses will be starting to adjust to a new CT capital loss restriction. This session will provide a reminder of the new rules for CT income loss relief as well as updating on the changes to the rules on capital losses:
- The new flexible CT loss reliefs: trading losses, non-trading deficits and CF group relief
- Capital losses: what has changed - and transition to the new rules
- CILR/CCLR and the deductions allowance
- Compliance: the new requirements
Break for lunch
1.00pm-2.00pm: R&D Tax Relief - Latest Update
Simon Denye, Associate Director, ETC Tax
This session will provide you with the very latest on tax relief for research and development and the key issues to consider when claiming tax relief.
2.00pm-3.00pm: Patent Box
Anne Fairpo, Temple Tax Chambers
The UK patent box provides some tax relief for companies that have income connected with patents. This session will cover the following:
- The latest points on details of the relief
- Calculation issues
- Planning points and traps to avoid
- Post-BEPS and the future of the patent box
3.15pm-4.15pm: Corporate Tax - Recent Cases Roundup
Philip Ridgway, Temple Tax Chambers
This session will cover the most recent and interesting corporate tax cases of 2020.
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.