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?
Significant changes to the company car tax regime will come into force from April 2012.
My FOI request resulted in the following response:
Information Strategy Team
100 Parliament Street
I’m at a bit of a loss as what to report on the P11d for my iPhone. My private use is far from incidental so I can’t really get away with that one.