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Tax Conference 2016

Time   Topic     Speaker 
08.15 - 09.30                    Registration
09.30 - 09.40 Welcoming Address   CPA President, Brian Purcell 
 
09.40 - 09.45  Chairperson Introduction  David FitzGerald, CPA Ireland
09.45 - 10.30              BEPs
- The global tax reform agenda
- The key players
- Background to BEPs
- Implementing BEPs
- Impact of global tax reform
- BEPs and Ireland 

Mark Barrett, Ronan Daly Jermyn 
 10.30 - 11.15            Revenue Interpretation 
- Current are of concentration by Revenue
- Overview of difference between revenue audit/investigation and other interventions
- Disclosures to avoid publication and mitigation of penalties
- Inability to pay, technical adjustments and no loss of revenue situations

Paul Dillon, Duignan Carthy O'Neill
 
11.15 - 11.45

 Refreshment Break  
 11.45 - 12.45 Succession Planning
- Key discussion points/issues to raise with your clients in relation to succession/estate planning
- Overview of key capital tax reliefs in considering succession/estate planning for clients
- Outline of the 'non-tax' considerations, including financial/pension planning, legal/will positions
- Some practical insight and experience of succession cases

Paul Gosal, Buckley Kiely 

12.45 - 13.45


 Lunch

 
13.45 - 14.45  Finance Act 2015
- Earned income credit
- Small benefits exemption - directors
- New tax clearance facility
- EII changes
- Entrepreneur relief
- Mortgage interest reflief
- All other changes affecting:
  - USC
  - Income Tax
  - Capital Gains Tax
  - Capital Acquisitions Tax
  - Stamp Duty
        
Audrey Crean, O'Gorman Brannigan Purtill
14.45 - 15.30  Farming Taxation
- 2014 Budget changes to farming tax
- 2015 Budget additional changes
- Succession planning - better land usage and encouraging the passing of farms onto the next generation of 'active farmers'

Declan McEvoy, IFAC
15.30 - 16.15             Filing your 2015 Tax Return
- Introduction
- Changes to 2016 Form 11
- Finance Act 2014 and relevant changes     
- Topical tax issuese durign 2015
- Tips to make tas filing less stressful        
Brendan Brady, Brady & Associates

 

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