CPD Modules

Accountancy Daily subscribers receive access to one eCPD module a month. Our full Croner-i eCPD service contains 24 hours of verifiable CPD material per year, with a 24-month back catalogue and 8 new modules added every month. For more information please click here or call 0800 231 5199.

 

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CPD module: Tax and loans to employees and directors

This month's exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module provides a back to basics review of tax and loans to employees and directors

This module will enable you to:

-          understand when a benefit may arise where an employee or director is provided with a loan either interest-free or at a favourable rate of interest;
 

CPD module: CGT allowable expenditure

This month's exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module provides a back to basics review of capital gains tax (CGT) allowable expenditure

This module will enable you to:

-          identify the allowable expenditure that can be deducted from disposal proceeds;

CPD module: deduction of tax at source

This month's exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module provides a refresher course for the rules and accounting practices for deducting income tax at source from payments

Completing this module will enable you to:

CPD module: Making Tax Digital for Income Tax

In this month's exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module, we look into Making Tax Digital (MTD) for income tax self Assessment (ITSA) focusing on the changes and how to prepare for the next phase of MTD for ITSA once it goes live

CT loss carry-back: temporary extension - CPD module

In this month’s exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module, we look at the corporation tax loss carry back rules, which have been temporarily extended from 12 months to three years due to the pandemic

By completing this module you will be able to understand:

CPD module: LLPs and salaried members

In this month's exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module, find out how to establish the differences between a partnership and a limited liability partnership (LLP), how LLP profits are taxed and why there is a need for an anti-avoidance rule

This module will enable you to:

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