Since 2013 and the rollout of RTI we’ve had our eyes firmly focused on cash earnings data but the next set of legislative and policy change is all about benefits in kind and expenses, reveals K
As part of the government’s policy ‘Creating a simpler, fairer tax system’, the Office for Tax Simplification (OTS) started a project in April 2013 looking at employee benefits and expenses, ex
I am in the process of renovating a house with the intention of letting it as a furnished holiday let from this summer onwards.
We pay expenses to employees (drivers) such as subsistence, fuel and parking through their payroll, post tax, dispensation is in place.
Tax experts have called on the government to amend the tax and NIC legislation for employees’ travel expenses in order to put the rules on a “right and proper footing” for low-paid workers.
Proposals to modify the calculation of self-employed earnings to counter possible “manipulation” of the universal credit rules will cause unnecessary complexity and will have adverse effects th
A committee advising the government on universal credit is seeking views on a proposal for large payments of earnings to be taken into account for more than one assessment period when a person
Companies and employees have become complacent when it comes to expenses, making it more important than ever for businesses to ensure they have a robust and up-to-
The government has extended a review of the taxation of employees’ travel and subsistence expenses.
AccountingWEB members got a bit competitive recently, with the launch of an expenses management game on the site from Kagazz.