HMRC's regular Talking Points meetings provide ongoing information, guidance and tips to help you to understand tax issues.

HMRC has more Talking Points meetings coming up. There are a limited number of spaces, so save your place now.

Negligible Value Claims & Share Loss Relief: This webinar looks at certain conditions that must be met for your clients to claim an asset has become of negligible value. It will also give an overview of share loss relief.

Thursday 11 July – midday to 1pm

The Disguised Remuneration Loan Charge – reporting requirements and compliance: This webinar will give an overview of the loan charge reporting requirements for those who are subject to the loan charge. It will also look into some of the compliance activity associated with the loan charge.

Friday 12 July – midday to 1pm

Making Tax Digital – your Agent Services Account: This webinar will provide the latest information, including the new Agent Services Account and signing clients up to Making Tax Digital.

Monday 15 July – 10am to 11pm

Monday 15 July – 2pm to 3pm

Capital Allowances and Vehicles: This webinar is aimed at your sole trader clients and provides an overview of the special rules for cars.

Friday 18 July – midday to 1pm

Stamp Duty Land Tax – Higher Rates for Additional Dwellings – Back to Basics: Feedback for previous webinar presentations have suggested that customers would like more focus on specific areas of the Higher Rate for Additional Dwelling rules. The aim of this presentation will be to focus on the four conditions A-D, to help further improve and consolidate understanding.

Tuesday 23 July – midday to 1pm


If you have any questions for the HMRC subject experts, please send them to team.agentengagement@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk prior to the meeting, including the title of the meeting in the ‘Subject’ line of your email.

These interactive meetings will be run on the ‘GoToWebinar’ platform. The organiser will run through how to ask questions on the day.

Feedback received from recent Talking Points meetings indicates that many agents would recommend them to colleagues.