Introducing our new tax webinar series - Tax with Tallon - with Gabelle's Paula Tallon.

Keep up with your CPD, as well as the latest tax changes, without leaving your desk. There are 12 titles in the series which can be found below.

Available now


Principal Private Residence (PPR) Relief

Entrepreneurs' Relief - Getting it Right and
Avoiding the Pitfalls

Incorporations
Demystified
         

Purchase of Own Shares
and the Real Alternatives

IHT -
Back to Basics 

Paula's Top
10 Tax Tips
         

Recent Tax Cases
and the Impact 
on Your Clients
  

Business Property 
Relief and Getting
it Right
  

Disposal of UK
Businesses - What Do You Need to Know?

Company
Reorganisations

Advising
Partnerships

TAAR and Winding
up in Practice
 

Investors - EIS/SEIS and Investors’ Relief

September
  

Tax Issues for Family Companies
October
  

Corporate Interest
Relief and Restrictions
November


Coming soon

       

Property
Taxes

December

Residence
and Domicile

January

Corporate
Tax Losses

February


Webinars are approximatley 30-45 mins in length.

Fees

Webinars can be purchased individually for £60 +VAT* or you may prefer to subscribe to a series of six webinars for a discounted price of £300 +VAT*. Whether purchasing individual webinars or a series you can select from all of the above titles.

*Are you an Abbey Tax fee protection client?
If so, you can benefit from a special discounted rate of £50 + VAT per webinar or £250 + VAT for six.

For more information, or to sign up, email Costas Pavlou or call 020 3805 7471.

Presenter

Paula Tallon - FCA, CTA (Fellow), TEP, ADIT and BBS
Paula Tallon is a Partner of Gabelle. A Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser with an Advanced Diploma in International Tax, she has spent almost 20 years advising on tax. She has a broad range of tax expertise with particular emphasis on owner-managed businesses and her particular areas of interest include property taxes, entrepreneurs’ relief, business reorganisations and reconstructions, employment related securities and venture capital schemes. She regularly writes and lectures on tax issues affecting OMBs.