FCSA to hold free seminars on travel & subsistence changes to help recruiters minimise their supply chain risk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are pleased to announce a free seminar roadshow on ‘Travel & Subsistence Changes – How to Minimise Your Risk’ to be held at venues across the UK late February and early March 2016.

Seminar Dates & Venues

Birmingham 25 February 2016     14:30 – 17:00 Booking Now Closed
Glasgow 29 February 2016     14:30 – 17:00 Booking Now Closed
Manchester 15 March 2016         14:30 – 17:00 Eventbrite - Travel & Subsistence Changes – How to Minimise Your Risk
London 22 March 2016         08:00 – 10:00 Eventbrite - Travel & Subsistence Changes – How to Minimise Your Risk

 

With just a few weeks until the new travel & subsistence legislation comes into effect, we are asking the UK’s leading recruiters – are you ready?

From 6 April, this new legislation will prevent umbrella companies from claiming tax relief on travel and subsistence expenses and will result in radical changes to the way the sector operates.

For recruiters, now is the time to get advice from the industry experts on the best approach to managing your supply chain and minimising your risk.

Recruiters invited to attend travel and subsistence seminars

As the UK’s leading independent professional employment services trade association, FCSA is inviting Compliance Officers, Heads of Compliance, Managing Directors and Owner Managers of the UK’s leading recruitment companies to attend a free seminar for an unbiased view from leading tax and legal experts on how the new T&S legislation will affect your company and practical advice on how to minimise your supply chain risk.

Commenting on the forthcoming seminar roadshow, FCSA CEO Julia Kermode said:

“There is still much uncertainty surrounding the effect this legislation change will have on the sector. These seminars will give recruiters a chance for an open, honest and truly independent discussion with industry-leading experts.”

“We encourage recruiters to come along and bring with them all the questions that they dare not raise with HMRC before they make a decision on the best solution for their business.”

For more information about the speaker line-up and programme of events, visit our Events Page.