HMRC Online seminars for businesses and the self-employed

Tax and Record keeping from Her Majesty’s Revenue & CustomsOnline seminars for businesses and the self-employed
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) offer a series of free online presentations or ‘webinars’ to give tax help to businesses and the self-employed.
There are two types of presentation each lasting 30 minutes:


•    Live presentation or ‘webinars’ – available on set dates and include a further 30 minutes for a live questions and answer session. They’ll also be available to view from these pages after the event.
•    Pre-recorded webinars – available to view at a time to suit you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Please note: the webinar platform used by HMRC is supplied by a company called CITRIX. Neither HMRC nor CITRIX will ask for or retain any information about you or your business.
What topics do the webinars cover?
The webinars cover many different topics including:
•    Real Time Information
•    business expenses and capital allowances
•    first steps as an employer
•    the Construction Industry Scheme
•    Self Assessment Online
•    an overview of limited companies
•    how VAT works

How can I take part?
Before you start you need to check you have the right computer software and then register in advance.
PC users need: Windows® 7, Vista, XP, 2003 Server or 2000.
                                                 Macintosh users need: Mac OS® X 10.4.11 (Tiger®) or newer.
Registering is simple – you only need your name and email address to register. Follow the link below to see what’s available then register for an HMRC webinar.
Find out more about live HMRC webinars
View HMRC’s pre-recorded webinars

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