What, How, Which and When – What Practitioners Need-To-Know.
On 21 February 2019, the Tax Working group releases its final report to the public setting out their collective view of how new taxes on capital gains (normally called as Capital gains Tax) should be introduced and applied.
Key aspects are what assets will be included, how will gains be measured (or cost bases established), which gains will be excluded or subject to roll-over relief, which losses will be allowed, when will it be implemented (to which assets), and when will gains be triggered (accruals or disposition).
Undoubtedly, even at this stage, there is some water to flow under the bridge before we go to the polls in 2020, but this webinar will focus on what we as practitioners need to know to have sensible conversations with our clients, and perhaps even start planning for any consequential actions required. This webinar will focus on CGT matters for individuals, trusts and companies.
Good knowledge of the proposals, the process from here and what we should be discussing with clients or thinking about within our businesses
14 March 2019
Accountants, lawyers, business people
Scott Mason, Managing Partner, Crowe Horwath presenting on behalf of TEO Training
1.25 CPD Hours