Owner Managed Business Update

Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Owner Managed Business Update
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 15:45 - 19:00 (GMT)

Sandy Park Conference Centre
Sandy Park Way
United Kingdom

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About this Event

Members: £50 
Non-Members: £65 
Students: £30 
Retired Members: £30 

15:45  Registration and coffee   
16:00  Lecture starts   
17:30  Break for refreshments  
17:50  Lecture resumes  
19:00  Close 

About this Course
This course aims to cover the practicalities of dealing with owner managed businesses (OMBs). Topical issues affecting the personal and business affairs of your OMB clients will be discussed together with any planning issues that may benefit your client. 

Who should attend
Anyone providing advice to owner managed businesses.

• Maximising capital allowances
• Tax efficient profit extraction
• Low salary, high dividend case studies
• Maximising the tax free loan interest rules 
• Alphabet shares
• Dividend waivers
• Benefits in kind
• Overdrawn loan accounts
• IR35 developments
• Winding up rules
• Topical buy to let issues
• Principal private residence nominations
• Recent cases that will impact OMBs

Topics are flexible and new areas may be added.

About The Speaker 
Dean Wootten
Dean Wootten has been involved in tax training for many years and lectures on a wide variety of tax matters. Dean started his career as a Chartered Accountant, qualifying with Grant Thornton in 1988. Dean then spent two years overseas with KPMG before returning to a medium sized provincial firm in Sussex. 

Shortly after returning to the UK Dean qualified as an Associate of the Institute of Taxation in 1991. Whilst in practice Dean gained valuable experience including five years at partner level. The experience gained enables Dean to focus his lecturing on the practical aspects of the issues presented.  

 Together with Chris Jones, Dean was a founder director of Online Tutors Limited, a company specialising in providing online CPD training. The company is responsible for the tax and accounting CPD update service at www.tolleyseminars.com, the tax learning product Tolley’s Tax Tutor and the quarterly Tolley’s VAT Update.  

Dean is also the senior lecturer on the CTA VAT route at Tolley’s and the EU VAT paper on the ADIT international tax exams. Dean is a regular contributor to Taxation magazine where his articles have got a reputation for providing clear practical advice. In 2014 Dean worked with the Bahamian Government in preparation for the introduction of VAT in the Bahamas from 1 January 2015  For a number of years Dean has provided VAT consultancy advice to practitioners throughout the UK. Dean is uniquely placed to provide practical advice in such a specialist area – he has unrivalled VAT technical knowledge but is able to get this across to practitioners and clients in a very clear manner.

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