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Payrolling of benefits – avoiding the pitfalls

29 November 2019

Payrolling of benefits can alleviate admin burdens when applied correctly. Applied incorrectly, though, and it can lead to HMRC penalties and increases the risk of an employer compliance enquiry.

Clarity on employment status tests is 'badly needed' say tax judges
Susan Ball

10 July 2019

Increased clarity on employment status tests to reflect the reality of modern working is 'badly needed' according to a panel of tax judges in the First Tier Tribunal.

Lorraine Kelly wins £1.2m tax appeal
David Williams-Richardson

21 March 2019

The personal service company of broadcaster Lorraine Kelly has won a First-Tier tribunal appeal against a £1.2m demand from HMRC for unpaid income tax and National Insurance Contributions.

Are you planning your annual staff update?

08 March 2019

It is the time of year when many employers are planning and budgeting for their annual staff update. Are you applying the correct employment tax and National Insurance contributions (NIC) treatment for your next event?

Employment tax skeletons in the cupboard?

22 February 2019

Maintaining employment tax compliance is a notoriously difficult challenge for employers and, as a result, HMRC is intensifying its employer duties reviews. Have you considered an independent employment tax health check to help identify inaccuracies, mitigate risks and spot opportunities for cost savings and time efficiencies?

Budget 2018 - key employment tax announcements

30 November 2018

In the 2018 Budget, the Chancellor announced a series of important updates to employment tax rules. Employers should be aware of these changes to ensure that the correct treatment is applied going forwards.

HMRC’s new approach to ‘employer duty’ compliance

31 October 2018

HMRC has introduced new ways of working when undertaking reviews of employers’ records. Such reviews are now increasingly referred to as ‘employer duty compliance checks’. If you are selected for such a review, and are asked to complete an HMRC questionnaire, this must be handled carefully.

HMRC benchmark subsistence scale rates: receipt checking to be abolished

28 September 2018

Subsistence expenses - receipt checking requirement to be abolished for benchmarking scale rates. Find out how this might affect your organisation.

PAYE proposal for gig economy workers risks further confusion
David Williams-Richardson

20 July 2018

David Williams-Richardson, an employer solutions partner at RSM, comments on today's report from the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) which proposes new solutions for taxing gig economy workers who operate through online platforms.

RSM partner with HMRC to support registered providers on tax risk management
David Williams-Richardson

06 June 2018

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has partnered with HMRC’s Social Housing Sector team to advise registered providers of the tax risks facing the sector and how to navigate the challenges to ensure organisations remain compliant.

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