• Capial Allowances - A Guide for Chartered Surveyors

  • SCSI

  • 28/05/2019 12:30

  • 28/05/2019 14:00

  • Royal Society of Antiquaries (RSAI)
    63 Merrion Square
    Dublin 2

  • Lauren O'Donnell

  • Presented by Phil O'Connor and Ian Collins from Ernst & Young, this seminar will enable SCSI professional members to understand where capital allowances claims are relevant for their clients, the savings they can provide and what issues to look out for on property transactions and building projects. It will explain the role of commercial property agent and the quantity surveyor in making such claims and will demonstrate why a chartered surveyor is well placed to prepare successful capital allowances claims.

    Phil is a senior manager at EY’s Quantitative Services Team specialising in capital allowances and other tax incentives for property expenditure. He is a dual qualified tax adviser and chartered quantity surveyor with over 12 years’ experience advising on property tax incentives in Ireland and the UK.

    Phil began his career in the capital allowances team of one of the Big 4 accounting firms in Dublin and in recent years headed up the Irish capital allowances team for a large UK law firm and a global property consultancy firm. He advises on all aspects of property tax incentives including entitlement, valuation and optimising claims, and is also experienced in undertaking negotiations with Irish Revenue.

    Ian is a partner and head of the Quantitative Services tax practice at EY in Ireland. He is responsible for the overall management and quality assurance of Capital Allowances claims and R&D tax credit claims.

    Ian has an extensive knowledge of the R&D tax credit and Irish Capital Allowances regimes and has 20 years experience working in tax and dealing with Irish Revenue on these tax incentives. Ian has extensive experience in agreeing successful claims and has in-depth experience dealing with Irish Revenue audits.

    Please note the date has been changed from the 22nd of May to the 28th of May. This event is now taking place on the 28th of May.

    Registration: 12.30pm

    Start Time: 1.00pm

    End Time: 2.00pm

    CPD Points: 1.0

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