AdviceDear Mr Stevenson
I apologise if I have offended. I'll phrase my advice in a different way:
Act quickly, act decisively and, if you are not 100% sure of the best approach, ask an expert with a proven track record. I can recommend such an expert if you wish.
Call Bob Evans
Bob is an ex-HMRC investigator renowned for getting great results for clients who want to disclose untaxed income. 07771 884884. First conversation with no obligation. I have no hesitation in recommending him and in this area there is no substitute for a specialist (however good we may think we are!)
Have you looked at iiPay?
They advertise themselves as an international payroll software business (which they are) but we use their software to run our UK payrolls and are very happy with the result. Flexible, scaleable and approved by HMRC.
Well worth a look would be http://www.iipay.com/. Well conceived with good tech support and customer service and it has the features you're looking for.
Employer's NIC liability can be transferred to UK end-user
Although the Jersey-based company may not technically have a liability for Employer's NIC, provisions exist for transferring the liability to the UK end-user of the services i.e. the end client or, depending on interpretation, the recruitment agency:
Section 689 ITEPA 2003
Where an employee works for someone in the UK but is employed and paid by an employer outside the UK the person in the UK for whom the employee works is treated, for the purposes of the PAYE regulations, as making any payments of or on account of PAYE income.
The UK person is required to operate PAYE on awards of readily convertible assets in the same way as on cash.
For further guidance see EP8077.
Let me know if you want more information.
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