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HMRC wins triple IR35 case

A battle over the IR35 status of three BBC workers ended in a win for HMRC. As a freelance worker what does this ruling mean for you now and after the introduction of the new IR35 rules?
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INSURANCE

Bypass the insurer and settle direct?

An employee was on a customer’s premises when they accidentally caused some damage. You have insurance but is it better to settle directly with the other business, and are there any risks?
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TAX - BENEFITS IN KIND

Is a trip to the pub a tax-efficient perk?

You’ve heard that workers who socialise together may be more productive. You want to give the theory a try by putting some money behind the bar for an occasional social evening. Would this trigger a tax bill?
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DENTAL PLANS

Take care of teeth, improve staff attendance

Some 415,000 employees miss a minimum of one day’s work each year due to unexpected dental health problems. Is there anything you can do to help prevent this pain and what might be the business benefits?
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CONTRACTS

E-sigs are OK

Many businesses enter into contracts online or via e-mail, but some remain wary of the validity of electronic signatures. What are the concerns, and does the Law Commission’s report into their legal status settle the matter?
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HEALTH & SAFETY

Safe storage in office spaces

You’ve decided to undertake a review of how items are stored in office areas to check that you are properly complying with health and safety requirements. What will help ensure a safe working environment?
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TAX - CARS

A DIY scheme to save tax and NI on company cars

Whether a company car is essential for your job or simply a perk, stiff tax and NI charges can apply. The good news is that there’s a simple, legitimate but under-used scheme that can reduce the tax and NI payable.
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Last updated: 22.10.2019

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