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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.

Reminder: Short-Term Business visitors reporting

22 May 2020

Do you need to submit your annual Short-Term Business Visitors Arrangement report to HMRC for the 2019/20 tax year? The deadline for submitting this will now be 31 July 2020.

Forms P11D – a reminder of the approaching deadline

22 May 2020

The coronavirus has brought new challenges to our working lives. Whilst this is a busy time with new tasks to tackle it is important that fundamentals such as P11D reporting are not overlooked.

Government announcement on payments for home office

19 May 2020

The Government has announced a welcome but temporary change to the rules on reimbursed homeworking expenses when employees are working from home because of the coronavirus.

End of year employment tax compliance for 2019/20

19 May 2020

Whilst HMRC has relaxed certain requirements due to the coronavirus outbreak these have not been applied to end of year reporting matters.

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.

Helping you respond to coronavirus

17 April 2020

RSM’s people advisory services team can support you with the complex issues caused by coronavirus, from understanding the latest position, helping with documents and implementation to acting as a sounding board.

Expenses and benefits when employees are working from home

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.

Employer-provided living accommodation: changes to the tax treatment from 6 April 2021
Susan Ball

09 April 2020

If an employer provides an employee, director, or a member of an employee’s or director’s family or household with living accommodation, a benefit in kind can arise both in respect of the living accommodation itself and the associated benefits (such as utilities, furniture, and other services met by the employer).

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