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Further to our blog post on the 6th April 2018, we can now confirm that the EU has granted approval for the EMI scheme to continue under the state aid rules.
Where employment ends and a termination payment is made on or after 6 April 2018, new provisions create a special formula for calculating the tax due which all employers must be aware of.
The legislation creates a new corporate criminal offence of failure to prevent tax evasion, but how does this impact on HR?
Clients should note that on 6 April 2018 EU State Aid approval for the EMI scheme expires.
Any student will tell you there is nothing like an approaching deadline to focus the mind. Not many of us relish a deadline; yet many of us cannot seem to get things done without one.
Simon Court reviews the Spring Budget 2014.
Are you using the new mandatory calculation when establishing what part of a termination payment is taxable? Six months on, are there still areas that you, your managers or your payroll colleagues find confusing? We guide you through some common issues.
April 2017 sees the implementation of many significant changes including the gender pay reporting requirements, the apprenticeship levy and off-payroll working in the public sector.
We discuss the recent consultation to consider some of the areas within the partnership rules which HMRC consider are being used for tax avoidance.