HMRC webinars - May and June 2022

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Upcoming webinars this May and June from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to help employers, businesses and the self-employed understand tax issues that affect them

There are a number of webinars available this May and June from HMRC that will give the self-employed an understanding of key taxes that affect them and will help employers with payroll. The webinars are free and last around an hour.

Webinars for the self-employed

Business expenses for the self-employed
Tue 17 May at 1:45pm
Wed 1 June at 9:45am

How to apply the VAT reverse charge for construction services
Tue 17 May at 3:45pm
Tue 24 May at 1:45pm

Car expenses and the self-employed
Thu 19 May at 1:45pm
Mon 30 May at 11:45am

Individuals with income from UK residential property
Wed 25 May at 1:45pm
Tue 31 May at 11:45am
Wed 29 June at 1:45pm

Making Tax Digital for VAT
Fri 27 May at 9:45am
Thu 9 June at 1:45pm
Wed 29 June at 9:45am

Introduction to Plastic Packaging Tax
Wed 15 June at 1:45pm
Tue 21 June at 1:45pm

Plastic Packaging Tax - admin and technical aspects
Fri 17 June at 9:45am

Capital allowances for the self-employed
Mon 20 June at 1:45pm

Record keeping for the self-employed
Tue 21 June at 9:45am

Employer webinars

Getting payroll information right
Tue 17 May at 11:45am

Submitting forms P11D and P11D(b) online
Wed 18 May at 11:45am

Employer filing obligations
Thu 19 May at 9:45am

Company directors - payroll and you
Tue 24 May at 11:45am

Statutory Maternity and Paternity Pay
Tue 14 June at 9:45am

Statutory Sick Pay
Thu 16 June at 11:45am

Expenses and benefits for your employees - phones, internet and homeworking
Fri 17 June at 11:45am

Expenses and benefits for your employees - social functions and parties
Wed 22 June at 9:45am

Expenses and benefits for your employees - trivial benefits
Thu 23 June at 9:45am

Expenses and benefits for your employees - if your employees have more than one workplace
Fri 24 June at 1:45pm

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First published 4 January 2022