PCG to host Arctic s660a seminar

The PCG are hosting a Section 660A seminar following the recent judgment of the landmark S660A Arctic case.

The main speaker at the seminar will be David Smith LLB FTII, founding director of Accountax Consulting and former Inland Revenue inspector. He and Malcolm Gammie QC were members of the legal and advisory team in the Arctic case.

The outcome will have considerable implications for hundreds of thousands of husband and wife businesses. The following topics will be covered during the evening:

  • What action you MUST take following the Arctic judgment
  • Are you still at RISK following the Arctic judgment?
  • How to MAXIMISE tax saving strategies after Arctic
  • What all family companies must do NOW

The Seminar will be held on Wednesday, 25th May at:

Holiday Inn
Regents Park
Carburton Street
London
W1W 5EE
Tel: 44-870-4009111
Fax: 44-20-73872806

The hotel has car parking and is easily reached via Portland Street Tube Station.

Registration will start from 6.45pm for a 7.00pm start, and the event will close around 9pm.

Payment

There will be a charge of just £50 plus VAT for PCG members and £75 plus VAT for non-members.

You can also pay by sending a cheque to PCG at Professional Contractors Group Limited, Sovereign Court, 635 Sipson Road, West Drayton, UB7 0JE.

If you are not able to attend the London event we will be organizing further regional seminars subject to demand; to register for another location please click here

If you have any questions, please contact:

Mandie Bell
PCG Ltd
Sovereign Court
635 Sipson Road
West Drayton
Middlesex
UB7 0JE

Telephone: 0845 226 5121
Email: mandie.bell@pcg.org.uk

Editors note (Feb 2012):
The original settlements legislation dates back to the 1930s and was subsequently updated first in 1988, when it became the more familiar Section 660. It was changed again in 2005 when it was updated and rewritten into its current form as Section 624 of the Income Tax (Trading and Other Income) Act (ITTOIA) 2005. See more information on the current settlements legislation.

Published: Monday, May 23, 2005

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