Employment Tax

Disguised-remuneration
Disguised remuneration

Patrick Cannon and Simon Farrell QC examine what remedies users of Disguised Remuneration arrangements may have against the advisers and IFAs who recommended they enter into the arrangements

Technical

The Government have announced that the tax and National Insurance (NI) relief offered through childcare vouchers will remain available to new applicants for a further six months

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Spring Statement
1 April 2018

Bill Dodwell reviews the highlights of the Spring Statement

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Internationally Mobile Employees
1 April 2018

Robert Salter highlights the challenges that can arise for employers with employees working across other European countries

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Disguised Remuneration
1 April 2018

Helen Adams and Sarah Stenton examine why users of Disguised Remuneration arrangements need to carefully consider their options before the 31 May 2018 settlement registration deadline

Technical
1 April 2018

Although we will not have the legislation by then, we know that, from 6 April 2018, there will no longer be a benefit in kind if an employer pays to charge an employee’s electric car. This adds to the existing quirks in the employment tax treatment of electric cars.

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Employment Taxes Voice
13 March 2018

Mark Groom provides an overview of the key employment status issues

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Employment Taxes Voice
13 March 2018

Mark Groom considers the main tax and NIC issues related to the determination of status issue

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Employment Taxes Voice
13 March 2018

David Heaton blows the whistle at the end of the match

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Employment Taxes Voice
13 March 2018

Lesley Fidler provides us with an update on recent developments