It’s HMRC On The (Mobile) Telephone

It’s HMRC On The (Mobile) Telephone

Once again we find ourselves in P11D season, that joyous time in the tax calendar where expenses and benefits provided by employers to their employees are dissected for inclusion on the P11D. Employers will no doubt have the same conversations they have with their...
Benefits To Payrolling Benefits In Kind

Benefits To Payrolling Benefits In Kind

From April 2016, the government is allowing employers to payroll employee benefits in kind. Payrolling is where the employer includes a notional value for benefits in kind as taxable pay in the payroll cycle, meaning that the income tax is collected in real time....
Is It Time To Ditch Your Fuel Charge Benefit?

Is It Time To Ditch Your Fuel Charge Benefit?

The car benefit charge multiplier increased from £21,700 to £22,100 on 6 April 2015 and, with effect from 6 April 2016, will increase again in line with the retail prices index. The equivalent benefit for vans is £594 and, again, will increase in line with the retail...

Part time employees – the full time benefits

During the past few years employing part-time workers has become more popular. With the governments proposed plans for flexible parental leave part-time employees may be seen as an easy way to cover the possibility of parents interchanging periods of leave with their...
Will you lose your child benefit?

Will you lose your child benefit?

Child benefit will be withdrawn for high income taxpayers from January 2013. The threshold for this tax change is £50,000 and will be tapered on income from this figure up to £60,000 when no child benefit will be due. The change has been the subject of much...