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We have an ongoing schedule of our online Time to Talk sessions and other webinars. You can find details of all the upcoming webinars on our events calendar.Upcoming webinars and events
You can find our latest webinar recordings below.
The final session in our in-depth series examining the employment status of different groups. In this session, BDO concentrated on visiting researchers. (7 Dec 2022)
A recording of our latest Introduction to H E course, aimed at all professional services staff within their first year of working in H E. It will help you grasp the complexities and political environment of H E, and the implications for operating and influencing effectively. (7 Dec 2022)
Following on from our previous session introducing Open Banking, in this session we looked at some of the benefits and challenges of Open Banking with Lloyds, the Open Banking Implementation Entity and the University of Sheffield. (5 Dec 2022)
Natwest provided an introduction to what Open Banking is and how it works. We then heard from three different universities who have implemented Open Banking in different ways in their organisation. (28 Nov 2022)
VWV provided and presentation and Q&A session on sanctions legislation and how it affects universities in very real ways. (25 Nov 2022)
Kerry Sykes from Big for Tax presented this Time to Talk session on the Sharing of Costs, considering where costs can be shared without the addition of VAT and the use of Cost Sharing Groups. (23 Nov 2022)
BDO covered the potential pitfalls and considerations for employing students during this session. This has implications for PHD students in receipt of stipends, as it can have a negative (and taxable) effect. (10 Nov 2022)
Grant Thornton provided a session on the current rules for overseas registration for digital services, and changes from January 2023 - even with human intervention. (8 Nov 2022)
BDO provide an in-depth review of guest lecturers, breaking down what they do and how it might affect their employment status. (3 Nov 2022)
Grant Thornton consider the new rules that impact on groups with a turnover in excess of £750m. This builds on the TP Back to basics session from 21 September, and members should watch that before watching this - you can find the link for this below. (26 Oct 2022)
Harriet Latham from the University of Glasgow, Julia Ascott and Andrea Marshall from BUFDG, talk through the Corporate, VAT and Employment Tax issues that should be considered when trading through a subsidiary. (18 Oct 2022)
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