Corporation Tax: Refresher and Update
This course will enable you to:
- Keep up to date with key developments in company tax calculations, tax relief and changes in accounting dates
- Make the most of losses, for your business and clients, by understanding specific legislation regarding loss calculations and tax relief claims
- Prevent abuses of directors' powers in SMEs
- Understand different kinds of groups and how group tax relief works in practice
This course is a refresher and update for anyone working with tax for limited companies in the small and medium-sized enterprise sector and will add to your existing knowledge of the area. It explores some of the less familiar areas in corporation tax and the latest changes, updates and legislation involved.
The course covers key developments in company tax calculations, including expenses involved with tax adjustments. You'll also review specific legislation regarding loss calculations and tax relief claims and the legislation concerning director and shareholder matters. The course also covers how group tax relief works in practice.
Corporation tax computations
- Adjusted profit computations
- Legal and professional fees
- The expense of entertaining
- Vehicle leasing and property premiums
- Accounting profit to taxable profit
- Changes in accounting dates
- Adjusting to change
- Combatting losses
- Pension contributions
- Investment companies
Making the most of losses
- Pre- and post-April 2017 losses
- Losses examined
- Claiming terminal loss relief
- Change of ownership
- R&D repayable tax credits
Director and shareholder matters
- Directors' loans
- Remuneration strategy
- Share benefits
- Anti-avoidance tactics
- Learning from loopholes
- Improving tax efficiency
- Group relief
- Securing group relief
- Consortium relief
- Moving assets within a group
- Cleaning up on stamp duty land tax
- Loan relationships between connected parties
ACCA partner with accountingcpd.net to provide high quality CPD for members. As an ACCA member, you are required to complete at least 40 relevant units of CPD each year, where one unit is equal to one hour. 21 units must be verifiable; the other 19 can be non-verifiable.
Your accountingcpd.net course counts as verifiable CPD, if you can answer "yes" to these questions:
- Was the learning activity relevant to your career?
- Can you explain how you will apply the learning in the workplace?
You select courses that meet these criteria, and as you complete each course you get a CPD certificate so you can provide ACCA with the evidence that you undertook the learning activity.