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Up-and-coming lectures for January 2016.
ISAs or pensions? (11.28 minutes)Dean Wootten considers how to use ISAs and pension funds effectively in the period up to and then during retirement as well as identifying an opportunity to use LISAs to mitigate IHT on death.
Is directors' loan interest short or annual? (7.02 minutes)Dean Wootten explains how directors' loan interest is treated for tax and why this treatment is unaffected by how the loan is accounted for in the Balance Sheet.
Dealing with non-resident landlords (8.34 minutes)Dean Wootten highlights how the Non Resident Landlord scheme works; he explains how to register as well as how the scheme operates for both letting agents and tenants.
How to compute capital gains on foreign assets (4.07 minutes)Chris Jones looks at the outcome of a recent case that reminds us of the rules when calculating the capital gain on the disposal of a foreign asset.
Pensions and the expression of wish (13.18 minutes)Dean Wootten clarifies how pension funds are taxed on death as well as the tax treatment that apples for any lump sums or income drawn by nominated beneficiaries after death.
HMRC guidance - Developing UK land - Part 1 (21.29 minutes) Chris Jones runs through recent guidance issued by HMRC relating to the new FA 2016 rules on developing UK land. HMRC examples - Developing UK land - Part 2 (10.32 minutes) Chris Jones continues to look at HMRC's guidance on taxing profits generated from developing UK land.
FRS 102: Tax effects of the new finance lease definitions (11.23 minutes) Kevin Read details the new finance lease indicators, explains how existing operating leases may need to be restated and how this will impact for both tax and accounting purposes.
VAT late registration – tax saving tips (15.06 minutes) Neil Warren explains what happens when a person registers late for VAT and how they can minimise the tax loss for this late period.
VAT flat rate changes from 1 April 2017 (14.54 minutes) Neil Warren goes through the changes that will affect nearly 30% of current flat rate scheme users. He highlights the issues and identifies some useful planning tips as well.
Accounting & Auditing Tax
FRS 102 Triennial review (14.48 minutes)John Selwood draws our attention to developments within financial reporting and where it is going in the future including the impact that BREXIT will have.
LLP SORP (7.15 minutes)John Selwood takes us through the proposals that are contained within of the draft LLP SORP; a final version in expected in early 2017.
FRS 102 Practical considerations: Property, plant and equipment (23.28 minutes)John Selwood looks at some issues concerning recognition and measurement which seem to be the areas that people are struggling with within FRS 102.
FRS 102 Practical considerations: Goodwill (9.30 minutes)John Selwood refreshes our knowledge of the issues arising when accounting for goodwill under FRS 102.
FRS 102 Practical considerations: Basic financial instruments (13.56 minutes)John Selwood revisits the FRS 102 accounting treatment for financial instruments including trade debtors and creditors, loans and overdrafts.
FRS 102 Practical considerations: Foreign currency (11.10 minutes)John Selwood goes back over FRS 102's approach to foreign currency and in particular functional and presentational currency as well as foreign currency translation for sales and purchases and foreign exchange contracts.
Accountants' reports (13.06 minutes)John Selwood reminds us of what the qualified accountants' responsibilities are when assisting in the preparation of accounts rather than doing an audit.
Attendance at stocktakes (8.51 minutes)John Selwood recaps on the ISA requirements that relate to the attendance of an auditor at a client's stocktake.
Feedback on FRS 102 implementation (21.45 minutes)John Selwood takes a look at some of the problems that accountants have encountered when adopting FRS 102 for the first time particularly concerning presentation and disclosure.
Data analytics and the audit (16.36 minutes)John Selwood explains what data analytics is, how it works and how it can benefit the auditor.
Problems filing small company accounts (5.58 minutes)John Selwood revisits how to go about filing such accounts under the new Companies Act regime. Why are Companies House rejecting accounts?