Capital Gains Tax Update
19 September 2019

Capital Gains Tax Update

In this seminar, Lee Watson and Alison Welch, Tax Directors at Clive Owen LLP, will provide insight into a number of capital gains tax issues such as changes to capital gains tax reliefs for property owners, changes to entrepreneurs relief for business owners and reporting requirements.

Whilst this is a specific area of tax, it will appeal to those lawyers dealing with private client law, property law and commercial law.

Date

The seminar takes place on Thursday 19 September 2019, from 5.00pm to 7.00pm.

Location

Jacksons Law, 17 Falcon Court, Preston Farm Ind. Est., Stockton on Tees, TS18 3TU

About the speakers

Lee Watson – Tax Director

Lee qualified as a Chartered Tax Adviser in 2006 with an independent practice before shortly moving on to work for Ernst & Young LLP. Lee subsequently moved to a national practice and then onto Clive Owen LLP in 2014 to add further depth to our burgeoning tax team.

Lee is responsible for both corporate and personal tax planning including research and development tax relief claims, share option schemes, capital gains and inheritance tax planning as well as dealing with HMRC enquiries. Lee has a in depth knowledge of the various commercial and tax issues that owner managed businesses face and understands how to help business owners plan efficiently for both corporate and personal tax matters to allow them to achieve their goals.

Alison Welch – Tax Director

Alison joined Clive Owen LLP in January 2016 as Senior Tax Manager and has recently been promoted to Tax Director.

Alison has over 25 years’ experience of advising owner managed businesses and high net worth individuals on their taxation strategy, particularly in relation to capital taxes. The accountancy firms that she has worked for include KPMG where she spent ten years as tax manager.

Following her relocation to Darlington in 2015, she was swiftly recruited by Clive Owen LLP to add further depth to the tax team. Alison is a dual qualified chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser.   Having advised on capital taxes throughout her career she decided to further cement her knowledge and embarked on the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners study programme which she completed in 2017 (gaining a distinction in the Taxation paper).

Further Information

A flyer for the event can be downloaded here, which you can print and distribute amongst colleagues. If you require further information then please contact us.

Bookings

Bookings must be made no later than Friday 13 September. Tickets can be booked using the form below, or by downloading, completing and returning a printable booking form.