Human Capital Advisory Services Seminar

Date: 2 October 2018

Time: 8:00 - 9:30


Location

Equipoise House
Grove Place
Bedford
MK40 3LE

2018-10-2 8:00:00 2018-10-2 9:30:00 Europe/London Human Capital Advisory Services Seminar

About the seminar

As an employer people are your greatest assets but you need to ensure that you are compliant with all employment tax reporting requirements. Employment tax risk is an important area to consider.
Whether it is an HMRC challenge on employment status of your workers, the tax effectiveness of salary sacrifice arrangements, the tax treatment of termination payments or the reporting of non-cash benefits. HMRC are becoming more active in engaging with companies in this area and it is important to ensure that you understand the issues and are comfortable with the positions you are taking should HMRC come knocking. The issues could become further complicated should you have international workers, business visitors or non-resident Directors.

Join us on 2 October where two members of our Human Capital Advisory team and employment tax experts David Wignall and Nigel Morris will walk you through the current focus areas of HMRC and give you some pointers on how to stay compliant.

Our Speakers

David Wignall, Partner
David joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in 2018. Prior to this he had nearly 30 years working in the Big 4, the last 15 of which he was a Partner in two of the Big 4 firms. 

David specialises in advising clients in the field of Human Capital – his deep specialism is in the area of global mobility but he has also advised on employment tax issues, global share plan due diligence and human resources strategy. He has led large multinational client relationships as well as advising many non-domiciled private clients in complex tax planning arrangements.

He has a broad industry knowledge working with clients in the financial services, automotive, industrial and aerospace sectors. He has both UK and US tax knowledge which is extremely useful when advising US citizens working in the UK or UK nationals leaving to work in the US.

Nigel Morris, Employment Tax Director
Nigel was previously an HMRC Inspector and has worked in the Big 4 for 18 years before joining MHA MacIntyre Hudson in January 2017. His experience includes work on a range of employment tax matters for a range of major national and international businesses as well as SME and OMB businesses. This includes work primarily in the Automotive, Hospitality & Leisure, Logistics and Construction sectors. 

Nigel has aided clients in managing employment tax risk and mitigating HMRC settlements, as well as spending a considerable amount of time designing, implementing and communicating  arrangements to reduce employment tax cost. He has worked on a large number of car consulting projects, including the development and design of bespoke arrangements for clients, including ECOS, Salary sacrifice and Hybrid fleet arrangements. He is a member of the Association of Taxation Technicians.

Programme:

08.00 - 08.30 - Registration & Breakfast
08.30 - 09.30 - Presentation
09.30 onwards - Questions & Networking
 

Registration 

This seminar is complimentary. However, places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.  

To reserve your place(s) please email your details directly to: kelly-ann.elliott@mhllp.co.uk or phone Kelly on  +44(0)1234 268 761 

 

Equipoise House, Grove Place, Bedford, MK40 3LE

Event/Seminar details

About the seminar

As an employer people are your greatest assets but you need to ensure that you are compliant with all employment tax reporting requirements. Employment tax risk is an important area to consider.
Whether it is an HMRC challenge on employment status of your workers, the tax effectiveness of salary sacrifice arrangements, the tax treatment of termination payments or the reporting of non-cash benefits. HMRC are becoming more active in engaging with companies in this area and it is important to ensure that you understand the issues and are comfortable with the positions you are taking should HMRC come knocking. The issues could become further complicated should you have international workers, business visitors or non-resident Directors.

Join us on 2 October where two members of our Human Capital Advisory team and employment tax experts David Wignall and Nigel Morris will walk you through the current focus areas of HMRC and give you some pointers on how to stay compliant.

Our Speakers

David Wignall, Partner
David joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in 2018. Prior to this he had nearly 30 years working in the Big 4, the last 15 of which he was a Partner in two of the Big 4 firms. 

David specialises in advising clients in the field of Human Capital – his deep specialism is in the area of global mobility but he has also advised on employment tax issues, global share plan due diligence and human resources strategy. He has led large multinational client relationships as well as advising many non-domiciled private clients in complex tax planning arrangements.

He has a broad industry knowledge working with clients in the financial services, automotive, industrial and aerospace sectors. He has both UK and US tax knowledge which is extremely useful when advising US citizens working in the UK or UK nationals leaving to work in the US.

Nigel Morris, Employment Tax Director
Nigel was previously an HMRC Inspector and has worked in the Big 4 for 18 years before joining MHA MacIntyre Hudson in January 2017. His experience includes work on a range of employment tax matters for a range of major national and international businesses as well as SME and OMB businesses. This includes work primarily in the Automotive, Hospitality & Leisure, Logistics and Construction sectors. 

Nigel has aided clients in managing employment tax risk and mitigating HMRC settlements, as well as spending a considerable amount of time designing, implementing and communicating  arrangements to reduce employment tax cost. He has worked on a large number of car consulting projects, including the development and design of bespoke arrangements for clients, including ECOS, Salary sacrifice and Hybrid fleet arrangements. He is a member of the Association of Taxation Technicians.

Programme:

08.00 - 08.30 - Registration & Breakfast
08.30 - 09.30 - Presentation
09.30 onwards - Questions & Networking
 

Registration 

This seminar is complimentary. However, places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.  

To reserve your place(s) please email your details directly to: kelly-ann.elliott@mhllp.co.uk or phone Kelly on  +44(0)1234 268 761 

 

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