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Employment taxes

Practical guidance, commentary and support on employment taxation, including: benefits and expenses, company car tax, national insurance, PAYE and real-time information, and the taxation of intermediaries.

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Disguised remuneration, contractor loans and the 2019 charge

Since our original webinar in August 2018, several key milestones have passed, more is now known about the information which must be provided, the potential penalties and what help is available. In this webinar, Rebecca Benneyworth reprises the earlier recording and brings viewers up to date.

VAT construction reverse charge

FAQ on whether the new domestic reverse charge for construction services coming in from 1 October 2019 will affect my client supplies, who supplies construction services, usually as a sub-contractor to a main contractor.

Spring Statement 2019

Jane Moore rounds up the tax items from the Spring Statement 2019, including Making Tax Digital, structures and buildings allowance, tax avoidance and evasion, national minimum wage, apprenticeship levy and forthcoming papers over the rest of the year.

Tax treatment of low emission vehicles

Rebecca Cave explains the tax treatment of low emission vehicles. She details capital allowances, benefits-in-kind, the encouragement of hybrids, OpRA, leased cars, electric vans and the cost of charging – as well as the potential of free charging at work.

Can a firm reclaim VAT on a benefit in kind?

FAQ on whether a client can reclaim VAT on the fuel element of the mileage allowance paid as a benefit to employees who use their own cars for work.

TAXguide 15/19: Employment Allowance from April 2020

From April 2020, employers who together with their connected companies have aggregate Class 1 secondary NIC liability of £100,000 or more in the preceding tax year will no longer be able to claim employment allowance (EA). EA will also become de minimis State Aid.

TAXguide 15/19: Employment Allowance from April 2020

From April 2020, employers who together with their connected companies have aggregate Class 1 secondary NIC liability of £100,000 or more in the preceding tax year will no longer be able to claim employment allowance (EA). EA will also become de minimis State Aid.

US

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Germany

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Brazil

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