Tax tips for home workers
Tax lawyer Shimon Shaw outlines the main tax points employers need to cover when allowing staff to work from home.
One of the more civilised aspects of the internet age is that it has enabled many people to work from home. Remote working is seen as a viable, environmentally-friendly and, often, cost efficient way of conducting business. It enables businesses to increase their geographical reach by having employees located far and wide and can also benefit workers with more complex family situations, such as those caring for a dependant.