Employment Tax Guidance

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Employment Tax

Understand and answer the tax, national insurance and employment law questions that relate to employees and payroll operation. Employers, payroll operators, advisers and HR professionals can find practical and wide-ranging help in an easy-to-navigate online service.
Latest Guidance
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15 Apr 2020

For the private sector, new rules were due to come into force on 6 April 2020 in relation to the engagement of off payroll workers. However, on 17...

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15 Apr 2020

Following various reviews of the IR35 legislation (referred to as ‘the provision of services through an intermediary’ in legislation, and ‘off payroll...

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15 Apr 2020

The construction industry scheme (CIS) was devised to limit the amount of tax lost as a result of under-declarations or failures to notify...

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15 Apr 2020

For the private sector, new rules were due to come into force on 6 April 2020 in relation to the engagement of off payroll workers. However, on 17...

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15 Apr 2020

Where the off payroll working rules apply (see the Off payroll working (IR35) in the public sector ― overview guidance note), the fee payer is...

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15 Apr 2020

There are a variety of working relationships between workers and clients. The most common relationship we address in this module is that of employee...

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13 Mar 2020

The Government has treated public sector bodies which engage workers via an intermediary as responsible for assessing employment status and,...

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12 Mar 2020

The construction industry scheme (CIS) was devised to limit the amount of tax lost as a result of under-declarations or failures to notify...

Latest Guidance
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Employment Tax

For the private sector, new rules were due to come into force on 6 April 2020 in relation to the engagement of off payroll workers. However, on 17 March 2020, the Chief...

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Employment Tax

Following various reviews of the IR35 legislation (referred to as ‘the provision of services through an intermediary’ in legislation, and ‘off payroll working rules’ or...

Employment_tax_img10
Employment Tax

The construction industry scheme (CIS) was devised to limit the amount of tax lost as a result of under-declarations or failures to notify chargeability by...

Employment_tax_img
Employment Tax

For the private sector, new rules were due to come into force on 6 April 2020 in relation to the engagement of off payroll workers. However, on 17 March 2020, the Chief...

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Employment Tax

Where the off payroll working rules apply (see the Off payroll working (IR35) in the public sector ― overview guidance note), the fee payer is required to calculate and...

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Employment Tax

There are a variety of working relationships between workers and clients. The most common relationship we address in this module is that of employee and employer;...

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Employment Tax

The Government has treated public sector bodies which engage workers via an intermediary as responsible for assessing employment status and, consequently, for PAYE to be...

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Employment Tax

The construction industry scheme (CIS) was devised to limit the amount of tax lost as a result of under-declarations or failures to notify chargeability by...