Finance

WFTV Finance Breakfast: Changes in Self-Employment Regulation and Tax

28th March 2019 9:15 am

Thursday 28 March | 9:15am Registration, 9:30am Start – 10:30am End | Kingston Smith, 17 Gresse Street, W1T 1QL

A question you possibly ask yourself as you embark on your business enterprises is should you be self-employed or have your own company? You may be getting opinions from a whole variety of sources and what you really need is for someone to provide impartial, practical advice, bespoke to the media industry and your own circumstances.

Added to this, in April 2020 off-payroll working in the private sector will change. The changes will mean that companies and organisations may become responsible for deducting tax at source for their off-payroll workers, regardless of their invoicing method.

At this seminar, we will discuss what these changes mean for you, whilst also covering options for your business structure, personal and business taxation and planning for the future.

Date: Thursday, 28th March 2019

Time: 9.15am registration & breakfast for 9.30am start. Ends 10.30am

Venue: Kingston Smith West End office, 6th Floor, Charlotte Building, 17 Gresse Street, London W1T 1QL

Speaker: Val Cazalet, Partner, Kingston Smith

This event is for women in the film and television industry only, this event is open to WFTV members only.  If you are not already a member and would like to join, please click here. If you have any issues, please email admin@wftv.org.uk 

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If you can’t attend this  event, please email the WFTV office giving at least 48 hours’ notice. So that we can continue to attract the guests that we do, it’s vital we can be confident that members will attend an event they have booked. Therefore for any non-attendance, we operate a penalty system. If anybody has not given us a minimum of 48 hours’ notice, we suspend their booking privileges for 28 days. After that you are then very welcome to book future WFTV events again.

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