Consultation: That's a 'No' to payrolling benefits

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The majority of respondents to HMRC's recent consultation

on benefits say that they are not in agreement to compulsory payrolling.

Nearly 70 interested parties responded, to the consultation: 'Including Benefits in Kind and Expense Payments in the Payroll' and these included employers, advisers and representative bodies. HMRC has said that its objectives for introducing 'payrolling' are to:

  • Reduce administrative burdens and make compliance cost savings for business through simplification of the process;
  • Provide a better experience for employees, through improved clarity over the tax treatment of their benefits in kind and expense payments;
  • In...

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