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OECD clarifies impact of the continuing coronavirus travel restrictions on taxpayers

09 February 2021

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has recently published further guidance on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on tax treaty related issues, which seeks to clarify the tax position of individuals and businesses affected by ongoing travel restrictions.

Staff Christmas celebrations during coronavirus – don’t forget the employment tax implications
Susan Ball

27 November 2020

Staff Christmas parties are set to be very different during 2020 as many employers consider holding virtual events or making gifts instead. The employment tax position must, however be considered.

IR35 off-payroll working rules

06 August 2020

There is mass confusion over exactly who will be affected by IR35 and how severely. For practical advice on what this means and what you need to do, tune into this podcast episode.

Ainsley Wainwright

Director

Ainsley is a Director in our Employer Solutions group which specialises in employment tax and expatriate tax.

Coronavirus job retention scheme - updated furlough rules
Susan Ball

18 July 2020

The coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS) is due to run until 31 October 2020 to help support employers retain staff during the current pandemic by covering certain costs of putting them on furlough. On 12 June 2020, changes were announced to CJRS, with effect from 1 July 2020.

Expense and benefits during coronavirus
Susan Ball

20 June 2020

We outline new HMRC guidance and employment law updates on how taxable expenses and benefits provided to employees due to coronavirus should be treated.

What do the new flexible furlough rules mean for your business
Carolyn Brown

13 June 2020

HMRC has now issued its updated Guidance on the next phase of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme effective from 1 July 2020, including the key change of flexible furloughing.

Expenses and benefits when employees are working from home
Lee Knight

17 April 2020

With many employees working from home due to the coronavirus, their employers might choose to pay their homeworking expenses, or provide homeworking benefits. Employers must still consider the tax and NIC treatment of these carefully.

UK payroll and employment taxes
Susan Ball

26 March 2020

Through the challenging times of coronavirus, we thought we’d cover the frequency asked questions covering payroll and employment related tax information for businesses here.

False self-employment – off-payroll working tax changes from April 2020
Susan Ball

26 February 2020

Over the years the construction sector, more than others, has been impacted by the changes to the legislation to stamp out what HMRC sees as false self-employment. Since the 1970’s there has been a special arrangement in place for the industry, the construction industry scheme (CIS).

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