HMRC contact information, including telephone numbers, online options and postal addresses, together with tips.
ICAEW’s Tax Faculty provides links to help practitioners find the latest tax rates, allowance and reliefs.
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ICAEW's Tax Faculty produces TAXguides to provide practical support on technical areas of tax
A new regime for taxing termination payments was introduced from 6 April 2018. TAXguide 06/19 sets out a number of questions in relation to the changes, with answers provided by HMRC.
Employer taxes and NIC questions and answers as agreed by HMRC and published by ICAEW Tax Faculty.
Features and articles
Useful commentary and time-saving guidance in popular Bloomsbury Professional titles
ICAEW’s Tax Faculty reminds agents and taxpayers that applications to reclaim tax under the disguised remuneration repayment scheme must be completed and received by HMRC by 30 September 2021.
Enterprise Management Incentives (EMI) Share Option Schemes can be a very tax-efficient way for companies to incentivise their staff if they are introduced and managed properly.
Pension saving can deliver valuable tax relief, but breaching a cap can be costly, warns Lindsey Wicks.
Lindsey Wicks provides a summary of key measures outlined in Finance Bill 2021.
The world of work changed during the pandemic as offices closed and employees were required to work at home. Now that many employees are moving onto a hybrid form of working, with part of their working hours in the office and part at home, what does this mean for work-related expenses and benefits?
Employment tax expert Kate Upcraft is sharing practical support on changes to the national minimum wage regulations, current easements to benefits-in-kind for employees and CJRS compliance in an upcoming Tax Faculty webinar.
Highlights from the broader tax news week ending 3 March, which includes: publication date of Finance Bill 2021, updated guidance on NICs and benefits in kind, latest fuel advisory rates and HMRC webinars for agents on off-payroll working and penalties for enabling tax.
Webinars and recordings
This webinar Kate Upcraft will provide an update on the key changes in employment tax for 2021.
This webinar from the Tax Faculty provides a round up of all the measures that are under review and subject to consultation, and how the faculty will be responding.
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.
Bloomsbury Core Accounting and Tax Service
Eligible firms have free access to Bloomsbury Professional's comprehensive online library, comprising more than 60 titles from some of the country's leading tax and accounting subject matter experts. Find out who is eligible and how you can access the Core Accounting and Tax Service.
Chapter containing advice on providing shares to employees, written for anyone who advises or runs a family or owner-managed company.
Chapter containing advice on remuneration strategies and tax planning, written for anyone who advises or runs a family or owner-managed company.
A chapter on HMRC's powers in relation to tax avoidance, to help practitioners with tax administration and compliance.
Guide to the tax and legal issues concerning the acquisition of shares by employees in their employer company.
A chapter on the taxation of company cars and vans, covering tax issues relating to UK employers and their staff.
Clearly laid-out chapter on benefits-in-kind, covering tax issues relating to UK employers and their staff.
Clearly laid-out chapter on expenses, covering tax issues relating to UK employers and their staff.
A response dated 30 September 2020 to a consultation published by HMRC on 21 July 2020.
A response dated 1 March 2019 to a consultation published by the BEIS on 17 December 2018.
Short term business visitors from overseas branches.
Self-funded work-related training for employees and self-employed
Some resources that we link to may pre-date the latest amendments to the relevant tax regulations. While these links contain useful information, please treat them with appropriate caution.
Government guidance on individual expenses and employee benefits presented in an A-Z list
Guidance on the treatment of company expenses for self-employed taxation explaining different categories of allowable business expenses.
Information aimed at employees about tax on taxable benefits such as company cars, accommodation and loans provided by employers.
Guidance on how to report expenses and benefits provided to employees or directors, explaining which benefits can be payrolled, how to work out the cash equivalent, salary sacrifice, pay periods, situations where the employee pays towards the cost of the benefit, and where an employee’s tax is more than 50% of their pay.
Guidance on the tax, National Insurance and reporting obligations for employers providing expenses and taxable benefits to employees on a wide range of topics.
Overview providing guidance on tax and National Insurance on expenses and employee benefits, covering the procedure for submitting a P11D form, deadlines, record keeping, and exemptions and dispensations.
A list of software suppliers offering simple record keeping applications for cash basis and simplified expenses.
Policy paper describing further measures to be implemented in Finance Bill 2017-18 to prevent the future use of disguised remuneration schemes and introduce new charges on disguised remuneration loans regarding self-employment taxation.
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