The IFS has fired another shot
The government has extended a review of the taxation of employees’ travel and subsistence expenses.
I will try to be fast and clear.
I would like some information about my rights as company director with NO Income.
Last week we read in the news that the ranks of the self employed have swelled as a result of changes to benefits.
Chancellor George Osborne struck a Robin Hood-style pose during his Autumn Statement as he sought to demonstrate “we are all in this together” by announcing measures to take more tax from the bette
A recent tax ruling that a Land Rover Discovery provided to an employee for work use should be taxed as a car rather than a van is an “unacceptable” application of benefit-in-kind rules on company
Two dates are ingrained on the mind of anyone who deals with payroll matters.
Are the premiums payed for directors and employees towards a death in service policy taxable? Does the tax treatment change depending on the structure or type of policy?