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RETURNS - P11DS

Are you ready for salary sacrifice reporting?

You’ll soon need to prepare Forms P11D for 2018/19. Like many employers this might be the first time you need to include benefits provided to employees through salary sacrifice arrangements. What do you need to know? More...

PAYE RETURNS

Salary sacrifice - the day of reckoning is nearly here

Benefits in kind provided in 2017/18 as part of a salary sacrifice scheme need to be reported to HMRC by 6 July 2018. But how do the anti-avoidance rules introduced in 2017 affect the amount you need to show on Forms P11D? More...

CARS

Less tax on optional car benefit

HMRC has changed its view on how you work out the taxable amount where an employee sacrifices pay for a company car. As an employer what do you need to know? More...

REMUNERATION PLANNING

New opportunity for salary sacrifice savings

Opportunities to use salary sacrifice to reduce tax and NI are now very limited, but some arrangements are still possible. With changes to auto-enrolment on the horizon how can you take advantage? More...

REMUNERATION PLANNING

How to ensure your salary sacrifice saves tax

Salary sacrifice is accepted by HMRC as a legitimate way to reduce tax and NI. However, some employers aren’t meeting the conditions for the schemes to be tax effective. What steps are needed to ensure that your scheme works? More...

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

Pitfalls of salary sacrifice

Salary sacrifice schemes designed to save tax and NI have become very popular. But according to the Taxman in many cases the conditions for them to be effective haven’t been met. Now he’s on the hunt for those concerned... More...
Last updated: 17.05.2019

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