The following Employment Tax guidance note by Tolley in association Susan Ball provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
A review can include:
The employer may have an idea of what he wants reviewed and may therefore limit the review to a particular area of risk, such as status of workers, termination payments or provided accommodation.
The scope of the review therefore depends on what areas it is designed to cover and the depth required.
Although the nature of the work being carried out might be the same, the scale of the work and depth of any review will differ depending on the organisation.
It is advisable that any work must be agreed in detail between the organisation and any external specialist and business terms or an engagement letter agreed so that there can be no doubt as to the work being undertaken, the depth of the review and the protection the organisation can expect.
In determining the scope of the review it is important to consider:
It is important therefore to ensure the employer understands
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