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Upcoming webinars

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

 

Previous webinar recordings

You can find our latest webinar recordings below.

Time to Talk - The importance of having a good tax strategy

In this session, Harriet Latham discusses why you want to have a good Tax Strategy, and how to go about getting something that works for you as well as achieving compliance with HMRC requirements. (21 February 2024)

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Time to Talk - Short Term Business Visitors - Vialto

This session from Vialto looks at why STBV requirements are applicable to most UK universities, what the requirements are and the next steps to help embed them as part of your processes. (6 February 2024)

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Time to Talk - Ryan - Tax Transformation Session

This session led by Andrew Burman at Ryan provides a refreshing look at automating tax - ED, VAT and CT.  It gives an overview of what is possible outside the main system and some commentary on working with IT teams. . (31 January 2024)

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Time to Talk - Crooks on Campus & Anti Money Laundering in HE

Hear from Dr Nicola Harding, Lecturer in Criminology, Lancaster University, in a session which will focus on Anti Money Laundering (AML) in the sector, as well as We Fight Fraud’s ‘Crooks on Campus’ initiative. (23 January 2024)

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Time to Talk - Procurement Act Update with Shakespeare Martineau

Join us for the third instalment of our procurement reform legal update sessions with Uddalak Datta, Legal Director, Shakespeare Martineau. (17January 2024)

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Time to Talk - BDO - Tax Automation Solutions

BUFDG is pleased to welcome back Amit Dev from BDO for an update on Tax Automation Solutions.  In this session, Amit focuses on Tax technology hot topics and trends. (17January 2024)

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Time to Talk - How the NHS applies the VAT contracted out services rules

Paul Jones is a member of a centralised government Tax Specialist Team.  Part of his remit is to work with NHS Trusts, supporting them with VAT issues.  In this session Paul sets out how the NHS interprets and applies the VAT contracted out services rules. (11 January 2024)

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Time to Talk - US Taxation with Vialto

BUFDG were pleased to host a Time to Talk session with David Lorraine and Victoria Kawuki Tyndall from Vialto, specialists in US taxation. They took us through various US tax (and social security) implications for universities with employees working in the US. (7 December 2023)

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Time to Talk - Employer of Record

Pauline Devine and Pete Chapman from KPMG joined us last week for a Time to Talk session on the various issues to think about if your institution is considering engaging an 'Employer of Record' arrangement for employee movements across the globe.   To summarise - it can work but only for short-term, non-REF situations, but still might not alleviate potential tax implications. (30 November 2023)

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Time to Talk - NMW Common Failures from BDO

We were joined by NMW specialist Siobhan Waters and HE employment tax expert, Caroline Jones from BDO, who delivered an informative Time to Talk session on NMW common failures. (28 November 2023)

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Costing and Contribution of Teaching Activities

Following the publication of the 'costing and contribution of teaching activities report', Alan Bates (Higher Education Consultant) will summarise the key findings of the research, including the techniques used by the participating organisations. . (24 November 2023)

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Time to Talk - imports for procurement

Andrea Marshall talks on the topic of imports, specifically aimed at procurement practitioners.

Andrea will discuss some areas that might help the import run smoothly, save money and prevent HMRC holding up your import when the goods arrive in the UK. (14 November 2023)

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