Join us for the first in a new series of webinars on personal and private client taxes, which will offer useful insight into how and when the new capital gains tax regime for residential property will apply.
For many disposals of residential property reporting of the gain made and the tax payable will need to be actioned within 30 days. Leaving the reporting and payment of tax until the following 31 January may no longer be possible.
Our private client and personal tax experts Miya King, Morag Watson and Tom Lacey, will focus on how the capital gains regime for the disposal of residential property will impact on when taxes need to be paid and the reporting required.
In this session, our experts will:
This webinar will run for an hour and following the session, there will be the opportunity to ask our panel questions.
If you have any questions you would like to pose to our speakers in advance of the session, please email email@example.com.
Wednesday 22 July 2020
Format and timings
(There will be a Q&A session)
Link to Webinar
In the meantime, if you would like to discuss the webinar topic or would like to arrange a call with a member of the team to discuss the impact of the current economic climate on your personal taxes, please get in touch with a member of our Personal and Private Client tax team or your local Wilkins Kennedy contact.
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