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Shameless Plug for HMRC Open Evening in Manchester: EIS, Intellectual Property and Behavioural Penalties
25/11/2014, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - HMRC Administration, Practice and Methods
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We are pleased to publicise an event hosted by HMRC in Manchester, at:

16:30 - 18:30 on 2 December 

With presentations on

  • Enterprise Investment Scheme
  • Behavioural Penalties      
  • Intellectual Property Office

Having seen the presentations by the IPO in previous events, I think that on its own makes the event worthwhile.

Room GE12A

Trinity Bridge House

Dearmans Place


M3 5BS

Please note: the speakers will not be able to discuss client-specific issues during the open session, but you will have the opportunity to ask the presenters general questions. HMRC staff from Debt Management and PT Ops will also be present to answer any general questions. The event will only proceed with a minimum of 20 agents with a maximum attendance of 40. Places must be booked in advance by no later than 27 November 2014.    

To book your place, please contact Peter Smith of HMRC on

03000 582371


Karen Kitson

03000 547713

About The Author

Lee is TaxationWeb's Articles & News Editor and writes for TaxationWeb. He is a Chartered Tax Adviser with experience of advising individuals and owner-managed businesses over a broad spectrum of tax matters.
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