Doing Business Internationally & Expanding Overseas – Sept. 27 – 2018

Doing Business Internationally and Expanding Overseas – CPD Available by Enterprise Tax Consultants

DATE AND TIME – Thursday 27 September 2018 – @ – 15:30 – 18:00 BST

Cost – Free to attend.

Location – Stockport Masonic Guildhall, 169-171 Wellington Road South, Stockport, SK1 3UA (View Map)

Overview of the session
When a company decides to make the first steps to expand overseas, which is becoming a consideration for a growing number of companies with Brexit looming large, there are a myriad of tax issues which may need to be considered. This session aims to give an overview of the main issues to be considered.

Learning outcomes of the free event

To gain a broad understanding of the current issues impacting businesses expanding overseas.

To be in a position to confidently identify issues relevant to your clients who operate internationally or are taking the first steps to expand overseas.

To provide a practical insight into the options and opportunities available to your clients and where further specialist advice may be required.

Agenda
15.30 Registration and refreshments
16.00 Seminar and Q&A
18.00 Join us for drinks and networking

Who should attend
This session is aimed at professional advisers, primarily accountants, who may have SME clients who do business internationally or are considering expanding overseas. It may also be of relevance to other professionals involved with such clients.

Expanding overseas tax help, advice & information

Stage 1 – What structure should the overseas operations take and in what jurisdiction

Structures – Branch/PE/subsidiary

Tax attributes of the overseas jurisdiction and interaction with the UK and other relevant territories

Stage 2 – Ongoing trading and profit optimisation and management

Global mobility and human capital advice

Transfer pricing

Anti-avoidance

Stage 3 – Finance and cash management

Funding overseas operations and tax implications – debt/equity, third party financing

Repatriation of profit including dividends, royalties, interest, or inter-company management charges

VAT & Overseas
Arriving at the right answer is made more difficult by having different rules for goods and services as well as being affected by the type of customer B2B -v- B2C. Aimed at demystifying the VAT rules on where a supply is treated as taking place and how VAT needs to be handled.

Continuing Professional Development
Enterprise Tax Consultants’ seminars will provide technical learning content in the area of taxation. Our seminars may count towards CPD requirements of the main professional accountancy (ACCA and ICAEW) and other bodies where the content is relevant to your personal development plan. A CPD certificate will be provided upon request.

Click the banners above to register your interest in attending this free event in Manchester. Alternatively, please contact one of our team in advance for further information.

About the Author:

Managing Director, Angela is part of the ETC team of tax advisory specialists. She is a Chartered Tax Adviser and non-practising solicitor, with a particular interest in all aspects of property tax.

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