Finance Act 2024

This course was held on 25th April 2024, but if you missed it, you can request a recording below.


3 CPD Hours

120 Days Access

Course outline

When you’re responsible for the finances of a business, whether for your own business, a client or an employer, you need to ensure that you are providing a professional and accurate service. However, manually staying on top of the changes and updates can be a lot to juggle in an already busy workload.

Our Finance Act course will give you a comprehensive overview of the content of the Finance Act 2024, taking you through the key changes and updates so that you and your team are equipped with the knowledge needed to stay compliant and relevant.

This course will explain the content of the Finance Act 2024 relevant to the general practice adviser; It will highlight areas of advice and issues to raise with clients.

You will leave with a clear understanding of the tax rates and thresholds for the year and look at future changes to pensions to help you ensure the advice you give to your clients is accurate and up to date.

Course content 

The course will focus on the Finance Act 2024, and is therefore dependent on the exact material in the legislation but is expected to cover the following tax areas:

  • Business and corporation tax
  • Personal income tax including employment taxes and benefits in kind
  • Savings and pensions tax measures
  • Capital gains tax
  • Other capital taxes
  • Tax administration


Course speaker

This course is presented by: Rebecca Benneyworth

Rebecca is a lecturer, writer and consultant on a wide variety of taxes. She lectures extensively to accountants and business people and also to HMRC and the Treasury. Rebecca is well known for her down-to-earth approach to tax and her ability to make the subject matter both clear and interesting, and she was named Best Tax Lecturer at the Taxation awards in 2007. She also has an interest in all issues affecting smaller practices and has her own small accountancy practice based in Gloucestershire. Rebecca has also been Chair of the ICAEW Tax Faculty.

How long is this course?

One day – from 9.30am - 12:30pm

Course location and cost

Our high-quality programmes are delivered virtually and face-to-face for your convenience.


Non-members - £145 + VAT

Online members - £108 + VAT

Full members – FREE


Live via webcast

Non-members - £145 + VAT

Online members - FREE

Full members – FREE

If you would like to find out about accessing cost-effective training for you and your team through our membership programme, you can learn more here.

Recording of live sessions: A recording will be available 2-3 days after the course and will automatically be sent to those who attended the live online webcast.  The recording will also be available upon request for venue attendees.