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Chris Gore


Chris is a Director in our employer solutions team which specialises in employment tax and expatriate tax.

What should employers consider when the workforce returns?

27 October 2020

On 10 May 2020 the Government began to outline its plans to enable certain sectors in England to return to work for those that can’t work from home. So what should employers consider when the workforce returns?

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Job Support Scheme

23 October 2020

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced details of the Job Support Scheme which aims to help employers pay their employees wages. Contact us for more information.

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Managing global remote working and work anywhere policies
Ainsley Wainwright

14 October 2020

When an employee works in a country different to that of their ‘home’ for employment purposes, the result can be a number of tax, social security and regulatory issues for both the individual and their UK employer.

Travel sector heavily reliant on furlough scheme with new measures failing to provide support, finds research from RSM and ABTA
Ian Bell

14 October 2020

A new report from RSM and ABTA shows that 89 per cent of travel businesses made use of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and 84 per cent expect to use it until the end of October.

Payrolling benefits in kind – what you should know

25 September 2020

Payrolling of benefits allows employers to tax employee benefits via the payroll, removing the requirement to report them on P11Ds. Find out how you can do this and whether it is right for your organisation.

National Minimum Wage - rate freezes a possibility but enforcement still a priority

22 September 2020

The Government is reportedly considering whether to freeze NMW (National Minimum Wage) rate rises in April 2021, apparently abandoning its pledge for the NLW (National Living Wage) to reach two-thirds of median earnings, and the age threshold to be reduced from 25 to 21, by 2024.

Deferring CJRS payments with time to pay: this time it’s personal (liability)

22 September 2020

Back in March, if an employer called HMRC to obtain a Time to Pay (TTP) arrangement for PAYE/NIC, HMRC were readily allowing 90 days, but not always making it clear that interest would be added. In May they explained that a TTP would not be agreed on PAYE/NIC relating to CJRS grant payments, while interest charges were being sent for earlier arrangements. Now, as the CJRS comes to an end, HMRC is increasingly reviewing historic claims and compliance in connection with furloughed staff.

Correcting CJRS mistakes: the clock is ticking

18 September 2020

Employers are advised to go back and check earlier coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS) claims and correct any mistakes within the appropriate time frame.

HMRC CJRS U-turn could result in many claims being miscalculated

15 September 2020

On 11th September HMRC announced a change to the rules on CJRS claims for those who return to work from furlough mid a claim period, which applies from 14th September. The legislation for the scheme from 1st July was issued on 25th June, and many employers and advisers did not initially understand that under the Treasury Direction, anyone who was furloughed under this version was in fact technically flexi-furloughed.