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EXPENSES

Business entertainment mistakes to avoid

If you spend money on business entertainment you need to be wary of the special tax rules. If you don’t tackle them in the right way you could be missing out on valuable tax relief. What should you be doing? More...

EXPENSES

Alternative to the office party

You normally have a meal/party for your employees around this time of year. However, a colleague has told you that you could give meal/gift vouchers instead and so avoid the hassle that such parties bring. Is this true? More...

BENEFITS-IN-KIND

A tax-free summer outing

There is a reasonably generous tax exemption for employee functions such as Christmas parties, summer outings etc. How much is this exemption and how can you take advantage of it this summer? More...

EXPENSES

Boxing days

Your local team is doing well so your company is thinking about hiring a box at a football club to entertain customers. What are the main tax issues surrounding the cost of doing this? More...

EXPENSES

Alternative to the office party

You normally have an annual meal/party for your employees. However, a colleague has told you that you could give meal/gift vouchers instead and so avoid the hassle that such parties bring. Is this true? More...

CORPORATION TAX

A company track day

What about having a company track day instead of a Christmas party? The classic catch is that events which mix business with pleasure can saddle you with a tax bill. How can you minimise the tax consequences? More...

BENEFITS-IN-KIND

Get picky with the party

There is a tax exemption for Christmas parties and similar functions. If you have more than one function, some of which are just for employees and others are for guests as well, how can you make sure that the exemption is put to best use? More...
Last updated: 16.10.2018

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