AF1 (Personal Tax & Trust Planning) Pre Exam Training, Day 1 - Tuesday 8th, Day 2 – Friday 25th September - online distance learning event (1)
AF1 (Personal Tax & Trust Planning) Pre Exam Training, Day 1 - Tuesday 8th , Day 2 – Friday 25th September
The Personal Finance Society Hants and Dorset Regional Committee in association with the Insurance Institutes of Bournemouth and Southampton have organised a training day for those members who are studying for and taking the AF1 examination.
Due to COVID-19 the Regional Committee have suspended all Face to Face events for 2020 and this event will be run as an Online Distance Learning event.
This is a two day training event and you are advised to book for both days. The cost of the day’s training will be £82 for PFS members and £92 for non-PFS members. Your attendance will be confirmed once you have booked online. There is a maximum of 12 attendees. If we are oversubscribed, you will be placed on a waiting list.
The day will commence at 0930 sharp and finish by 1630, with breaks timetabled for lunch etc throughout the day.
The AF1 preparation day aims to increase your chances of passing the exam.
AF1 is a challenging exam and candidates need to be well prepared if they are to have a reasonable chance of passing.
This will be very much a revision day so it’s important that you come with a reasonable knowledge of the main subjects of the syllabus.
Day 1 Taxation
By the end of the event delegates will able to:
Calculate accurately a liability to income, capital gains, inheritance tax and National Insurance for individuals whose situation is typical of those tested in previous AF1 papers.
Understand the main pension input and benefit rules as applied to typical AF1 questions
Explain accurately the tax treatment of the main pooled investments, both on and off-shore and apply these rules to practical situations faced by the average investor
Day 2 Trusts
By the end of the event delegates will be able to:
Understand how an individual’s status for Residency and Domicile is established and how this affects their liability to UK tax.
Explain how trusts can be set up together with the roles and responsibilities of trustees.
Explain the main characteristics of Absolute, Interest in Possession and Discretionary trusts and how income and capital gains is calculated for each
Identify what is a Relevant Property Trust and a Non-Relevant Property Trust and explain how this status affects liability to IHT
Explain the requirements for a will to be valid and the process to be followed by the executors in distributing the estate
Explain the rules of intestacy and Deeds of Variation
Explain how a Lasting Power of Attorney can be set up and administered
Explain the procedures and implications of being made bankrupt.
The course trainer is John Trayner FCII FPFS, a CII approved trainer, who has supported the Personal Finance Society Hants and Dorset Region’s exam revision programme since 2018.
Any questions please email the Hants and Dorset PFS Regional Committee on email@example.com.
This demonstrates the quality of an event and that it meets CII member CPD scheme requirements.
6 hours' CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
It is recommended that you keep any evidence of the CPD activity you have completed and upload copies to the recording tool as the CII may ask to see this if your record is selected for review. Details of the scheme can be viewed online at www.cii.co.uk/cpd.