A company supplies promotional staff and ran a promotion for a national food supplier where they gave away food samples and invited the recipient to make a donation to charity. Some did, some didn
Hi, we have a new employee who has been offered £2,000 for travel expenses for the year. How is this treated? Should it be added before or after tax deductions?
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Our client has taken on new staff via a TUPE agreement who were previously employed by the NHS.
Majority are on D rate NI Code and as such we require an ECON.
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The company imports raw materials from Europe and manufactures them in to clothes.
A friend of mine also in practice has been offered the following:
-local sole practitioner business (goodwill) at 1.2 x GRF
The term ‘financial instruments’ often results in accountants glazing over, says Steve Collings.
Our client has just taken on about 30 new employees via a TUPE agreement. All of them are coming over from the NHS.
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