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STAFF BENEFITS

Changes ahead for PAYE settlement agreements

PAYROLL

Are you aware of the new benefit in kind rules?

An October 2017 poll found that 45% of businesses offering employees a benefit in kind with the option of taking cash instead were not aware of the changes to how these benefits were taxed. What has and hasn’t changed? More...

TAXABLE BENEFITS

Is it a car or a van?

A disagreement between Coca-Cola and HMRC over the definition of a van could be very costly for employees and companies. What’s the problem? More...

EMPLOYEE EXPENSES

Is NI due on overseas staff travel expenses?

TAX-FREE BENEFITS

Pensions advice tax break to increase

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

Trivial benefits - tax and NI exempt?

On 6 April 2016 a new tax exemption for trivial benefits came into force. But you may not want to rush to provide them straightaway. What’s the issue? More...

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

Trivial benefits exemption dropped

TAX

Time to benefit from some savings in kind?

The economy is definitely in better health and so is your business, meaning you can take more out. If you are careful could there be some tax savings available? More...

TAX

Business Tax Dashboard to be replaced

BENEFITS IN KIND

Pay for the holiday with the company card

If you use your company credit card for personal purchases, it counts as a benefit in kind on which you’ll be taxed and might have to pay National Insurance. So can using your company credit card for a holiday purchase save you money? More...
Last updated: 10.12.2018

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