Working for Families Tax Credits – Understanding the Regime

From 1 April 2011 a new definition of Family Scheme Income was legislated for determining a person’s
entitlement to WFFTC.

In this 2 part webinar series, we will review the rules, requirements and interpretation of this entitlement.

In part 1 we review the rules and qualifications criteria for each type WFFTC. In part 2 we will review
the legislative definition of family scheme income. This will include a review of the policy and guidelines
from Inland Revenue.

We will use examples and case studies to identify and clarify some of the difficulties that have arisen over
recent years, especially for individuals operating through business structures such as companies and trusts.

Upon satisfactory completion of this webinar series you will be able to:

  • Increased understanding of income & the benefits available under WFFTC
  • More confidence in applying the law
  • Better identify clients who may be entitled to WFFTC


Total CPD Hours: 1 hour each session

Suited to:

This course will be suited to intermediate through to advanced accountants in public practice, corporate accountants
and anybody involved with clients who are entitled to claim the working for families tax credits.

PRESENTER

Mike Hadwin, Director, Symmetry Advisory

Mike has been is a regular presenter for TEO Training for 18 years. You’ll learn from Mike’s 30-plus years of tax experience as a public CA
and facilitator. His clear presentation style enables you to quickly understand and apply practical learning concepts to common situations
you may face in your role.

Event Venue Date Description
Working for Families Tax Credits (WFFTC) – Understanding the regime - All Parts (Webinar Series) Online Webinar
  • 3 November 2020 2:00 pm
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Working for Families Tax Credits (WFFTC) – Understanding the regime - Part 1 (Webinar) Online Webinar
  • 3 November 2020 2:00 pm

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Working for Families Tax Credits (WFFTC) – Understanding the regime - Part 2 (Webinar) Online Webinar
  • 10 November 2020 2:00 pm

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