Employment Tax

Employment Taxes Voice, Issue 2
Employment Taxes Voice
7 March 2017

Eleanor Meredith talks non-UK pensions

Employment Taxes Voice, Issue 2
Employment Taxes Voice
7 March 2017

Lesley Fidler provides a canter around the IR35 field

Employment Taxes Voice, Issue 2
Employment Taxes Voice
7 March 2017

Mark Groom analyses the implications of the changes to the termination payments rules and introduces us to a raft of new acronyms – RTAs, PENPs

Michael Steed and Marion Hodgkiss examine the tax challenges created by the gig economy
Employment

Michael Steed and Marion Hodgkiss examine the tax challenges created by the gig economy

Vaneeta Khurana and Tony Nevin explain what optional remuneration (or salary sacrifice) means for employers
Optional remuneration
1 March 2017

Vaneeta Khurana and Tony Nevin explain what optional remuneration (or salary sacrifice) means for employers

Family fortunes – Benefits in Kind
Benefits in kind
1 February 2017

Keith Gordon discusses Baylis v HMRC [2016] UKFTT 725 (TC) which considers how to allocate a benefit in kind when more than one family member is employed by the same employer

Hair trigger-US tax
US tax
1 January 2017

Employees travelling to the US for business purposes may trigger unexpected employee and employer tax and reporting obligations, explain Seb Purbrick and Simon Mahon

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Employment Status
1 January 2017

Keith Gordon discusses Ashton v HMRC [2016] UKFTT 727 (TC) which considers a worker’s employment status

Clarifying the picture - travel and subsistence
Travel and subsistence
1 December 2016

Marion Hodgkiss and Michael Steed provide an update on the complicated travel and subsistence rules that we currently have in the UK