Top Tax tips Winter 2020 – PPC

Top Tax Tips Winter 2020

Course Summary

      3 hours        webinar


Wed, 04 November

14:30 – 16:00

Session 1: Covid Support After 31 October, £29

Wed, 11 November

14:30 – 16:00

Session 2: Residential Buy To Let – The Current Environment, £29

Wed, 18 November

14:30 – 16:00

Session 3: Personal Tax Losses – A Reminder, £29

Full Series – 3 Sessions

14:30 – 16:00

Full Series, Access To All 3 Webinars, £79

Full Series & Recordings

14:30 – 16:00

Full Series, Access To All 3 Webinars & Recordings, £99

Course Details




3 hours total, 1 hour per session

Rebecca Benneyworth

Rebecca Benneyworth will be joining us for a 3-Part Taxation Webinar Series running across the month of November

This series will cover a range of property tax, rent income tax, landlord tax and government grants related topics, including:

  • Issues arising from the end of CJRS support and any replacement provisions;
  • The current tax issues in relation to residential buy to let and the impact of the pandemic on landlords; and
  • Any elections available in respect of personal tax losses incurred in a trade/property business.
As an attendee, we are offering you the option to bundle and attend all three events, or select the individual sessions of most relevance to you. We are also providing an option for you to access to the video recordings after completion of the series.

Furthermore, for anyone choosing the ‘All 3 Webinars & Recordings’ option, we are now including bonus access to 2 additional webinar recordings presented by Rebecca Benneyworth for OmniPro – Personal Liability for Directors and Others & Making Tax Digital – Where Next?  This also includes downloadable transcriptions, searchable videos and extended access to the course notes.

Whatever your requirement, we have an option for you!

Session Details

Session 1: Covid Support After 31 October

Wednesday 04 November, 14:00 – 15:15

This session will look at issues arising from the end of government grants such as the CJRS support and any replacement provisions, and any other support available to businesses during the latter part of 2020 and early 2021. It will also explain the tax treatment of support payments already received, and what to do in the event of incorrect claims.

What you can learn

• An understanding of the remaining business support available after CJRS closes on 30 October
• Knowledge of the key tax issues related to Covid support payments
• Confidence in dealing with incorrect claims for support in line with professional requirements.

Session 2: Residential Buy To Let – The Current Environment

Wednesday 11 November, 14:00 – 15:15

This session will refresh you on the current property tax issues in relation to residential buy to let and bring you up to date on recent landlord tax changes and the impact of the pandemic on landlords. It will highlight appropriate advice and topical tax tips relevant to the sector.

What you can learn

• A refresher on the key issues in relation to the current tax treatment of residential letting
• Advice and tips to pass on to client landlords to get the best rent income tax outcomes
• Knowledge of any claims that you might wish to make on behalf of clients.

Session 3: Personal Tax Losses – A Reminder

Wednesday 18 November, 14:00 – 15:15

This session will cover the elections available in respect of personal tax losses incurred either in a trade or property business. It will explain not only what relief is available but how each type of relief is claimed and the effect on tax payments. The session will also highlight where the best relief is available in a number of situations.

What you can learn

• A topical update on the relief of trading and property losses
• Insight into how relief is given and how to assess which reliefs to claim
• An understanding of how the different reliefs affect payment of tax, including payments on account

Accounting CPD Course Facilitator:

Rebecca Benneyworth MBE BSc FCA

Rebecca is an ICAEW Chartered Accountant. She is a lecturer, writer and consultant on a variety of taxes, lecturing extensively throughout the UK, to accountants, business people and also to HMRC and the Treasury. She has her own accountancy practice based in Gloucestershire, with a variety of small business and personal tax clients.

During the last two years, this has become a 100% digital practice. She is Chair of the HMRC Digital Advisory Group, providing help and support to HMRC in understanding the challenges that Making Tax Digital presents to small businesses and their advisers.

She is also a member of the Admin Burdens Advisory Board, an independent advisory group to HMRC monitoring the burdens which the tax system imposes on businesses.