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Off-payroll/IR35 rules: the basics from April 2021

18 September 2020

We give a brief overview of the steps required for organisations to comply with the new Off-payroll/IR35 rules from April 2021.

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.

Global mobility at a crossroads: what is the future for business travel?

31 July 2020

Lockdown has given many mobile employees time to consider their ‘ordinary’ working patterns. There has been a demand for increased flexibility in working arrangements, creating new challenges for HR teams and tax professionals.

Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)

26 May 2020

Find some of the frequently asked questions about statutory sick pay (SSP) in the UK during the coronavirus pandemic.

House of Lords sub-committee report on IR35: certainty, simplicity and fairness on RSM’s wish-list to government
Susan Ball

27 April 2020

In response to a report published today by the House of Lords Economic Affairs Finance Bill Sub-Committee, entitled ‘Off-payroll working: treating people fairly’, RSM said government needed to take heed of the application of six important principles to ensure its ultimate purpose is served and delivered.

James Watters

Associate Director

James is an employment and expatriate taxes specialist with significant industry experience within FTSE100 and FTSE250 businesses. He is experienced in all areas of employment and expatriate taxes compliance, planning and employee reward matters.

HMRC compliance activity: Would you PAYE it?

16 November 2019

HMRC interventions covering PAYE, employee income tax, National Insurance contributions (NIC), pay and benefits can now range from enquires by letters to onsite reviews, with methods having developed over time.

Susan Ball

Partner

Susan has over 30 years' experience working extensively in the employment tax, investigations and reward field. She has a breadth of experience in dealing with all aspects of PAYE and Social Security in the UK and overseas as well as the Construction Industry Scheme, employee benefits and expenses, compliance and employment status issues together with reward planning including salary sacrifice from both an advisory and compliance point of view.

Mark Morton

Partner

Mark is a partner in RSM’s employer solutions team and the leader in this area for our Central Region, he is based in the Milton Keynes office. His work involves advising our clients on employment taxes, benefits in kind, overseas assignment issues, employee reward matters and employers’ reporting obligations.

PAYE figures underline importance of financial services to UK tax base

16 August 2018

If you ever needed to be convinced of the central importance of the financial services industry to the UK economy a glance at the latest PAYE figures gives all the confirmation you need.

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