The following Share Incentives precedent Produced in partnership with Lewin Higgins-Green of FTI Consulting and Philip Swinburn of Macfarlanes provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
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[insert date of letter]
[insert company PAYE reference]
Dear [insert organisation name]
Approval of Salary Sacrifice Scheme
I am writing to advise that [insert company name] has introduced a salary sacrifice scheme in order to provide [insert type of benefit (ie child-care vouchers, cycle to work scheme, pension)] to staff. I am aware that HMRC will comment on the effectiveness of salary sacrifice arrangements for tax and National Insurance purposes once implemented. Accordingly, I should like to apply for confirmation that the scheme meets HMRC requirements.
[[describe any background of provision etc]]
[All employees are entitled to join the scheme, and are invited to do so at leas
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