Article added on Monday, 4 February 2013


Reversing an NI charge on benefits

Where a director or employee is taxed on a benefit in kind (BiK), an NI charge also applies. The tax is reduced to nil if they reimburse the cost of providing the benefit, but HMRC says the NI bill stands. Is this right?


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