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The intention of IR35 is to collect the same tax and NICs as would have been paid if the individual was employed directly by the client. However, IR35 shifts the obligation to pay tax and NICs onto the service company. This guidance note covers how to calculate this deemed employment payment.
Company: Tolley | Published: 10 November 2014 | Business Area: Employment Tax
The hectic weeks leading up to the self-assessment deadline on 31 January are a stressful time for tax professionals. Fortunately help is at hand! Technology exists to make the entire process quicker, easier and more efficient. Read this short guide to find out how.
Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 29 October 2014 | Business Area: Practice Management
HMRC regularly publish approved ‘fuel only’ rates which have, again, changed. This article sheds light on the recent changes to tax free fuel rates, effective from September 1st 2014.
Company: UHY Hacker Young Group | Published: 25 September 2014 | Business Area: Employment Tax
This paper provides a summary of current tax issues for companies. Topics covered: European Commission report on tax and the digital economy; LLP members' employment rights; EU Commission in favour of shift to indirect taxes; HMRC's draft partnership manual.
Company: Smith and Williamson | Published: 14 July 2014 | Business Area: Employment Tax
This briefing note highlights payroll compliance risks associated with payments to directors, a concession permitting gross payment and offers advice on and assistance with contract and tax compliance issues.
Company: Smith and Williamson | Published: 08 May 2014 | Business Area: Employment Tax
This latest issue of SMEssentials provides articles on capital allowances changes in relation to property acquisition, research and development tax relief, the increase in National Minimum Wage, cyber security and data protection, and support for SMEs overseas.
Company: UHY Hacker Young Group | Published: 23 April 2014 | Business Area: Technology Trends
While the Budget 2014 announcements will help Britain maintain its growth, according to BDO, it was a missed opportunity to stimulate more growth. Download BDO's report for in-depth analysis of the main fiscal changes and the main measures affecting businesses.
Company: BDO Stoy Hayward | Published: 09 April 2014 | Business Area: Budgeting
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