Will the Budget on 3 March simply address expenditure needs or deal with the tough tax choices needed?! There may be a second Budget in 2021, when we are clearer how the vaccinations are going, and how much British society can move on to some form of “new normal”, or the big tax changes may come in 2022. Whenever it comes, capital taxes are likely to be up for review. This course will take stock of any changes there have been, and anticipate possible further changes, with reference to:-
This course is kindly sponsored by HFS Milbourne
John D. Bunker LL.B CTA TEP is a freelance lecturer and Consultant solicitor and Chartered tax adviser in Tax Trusts and Estates at Irwin Mitchell. He is Editor of the Law Society’s IHT Planning Handbook published in Dec 2020 of which he wrote one third. He has just completed 3 ½ years as Chair of the Chartered Institute of Taxation’s Private Client (UK) Sub-committee, having been a Chartered Tax Adviser for over 25 years. He has over 30 years of experience as a solicitor specialising in wills, trusts, estate and tax planning and for some 15 years was responsible for his firm’s then in house will precedents. He serves on HMRC’s Capital Taxes Liaison Group and TRS sub-group.
John moved in 2012 to his technical development / know-how role, originally for Thomas Eggar, after 23 years as partner, now working with a 100+ strong IM team. John has developed external training work, in a freelance capacity, and brings his enthusiasm for his subject, where he seeks to illuminate technical details with practical insight, to training for MBL, Professional Conferences, individual firms, local law societies, and branches of STEP, CIOT, SFE and other professional groups.