UK VAT on Land, Property and Construction
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
The course will help you achieve a complete understanding of the rules and regulations of VAT and land, property and construction transactions. It clearly illustrates the procedures and controls that should be implemented to comply with the requirements. It demonstrates when particular transactions should be treated as exempt and when they should be zero rated, reduced rated or standard rated. It will also highlight for you the many pitfalls that can be avoided if proper consideration is given to the VAT implications before you commit your organisation to a contract that involves property transactions.
The course now includes a session which covers the new reverse charge for construction services which is due to come into force on 1st October 2019. It will explain who it applies to, when it should be applied and how it will impact your business
“The tutor was excellent and the course materials covered a lot of areas within my area of work. So 10 /10 from me.”
International Tax Accountant
“Enjoyed the course very much. The presentation slides were clear and I really enjoyed the presenting style and that questions were answered throughout the seminar. It was informative and interesting.”
Assistant Company Secretary
“Best land and property course I have been on - delivery was clear and the presenter had very good subject knowledge.”
Principal VAT and Tax Accountant
Les is a VAT consultant and trainer who works with numerous businesses and charities to provide VAT solutions and support. His vast experience enables him to help people with many aspects of VAT.
He regularly helps people by providing advice and dealing with HMRC on their behalf, including representation at Tribunals. He has also written about VAT in technical periodicals and in general business magazines.
Eric is an independent Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA/AIIT qualified) specialising in indirect tax and with over 25 years’ experience of VAT, Customs, Excise and other indirect tax. He worked in several senior roles at HMRC before joining Ernst & Young as an Indirect Tax Manager. He later became the Director of VAT and Indirect Taxes at Campbell Dallas.
Eric now works as an independent consultant helping businesses of all sizes deal with VAT and other indirect tax matters. Drawing on his considerable experience working in practice and at HMRC, he is able to deal with the most complicated issues and provide sound advice.