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The residual liability provisions provide a means of calculating the value of a benefit provided to an employee if neither the money’s worth principle applies nor any specific computational rule applies. The benefits code rules are contained in ITEPA 2003, ss 63–220 (Pt 3, Ch 2–11) with the residual liability provisions contained in ITEPA 2003, ss 201–215 (Pt 3, Ch 10).
The range of benefits that are chargeable to tax under these provisions is very wide, including ‘a benefit or facility of any kind’ as long as it is an employment-related benefit.
A benefit is employment-related if it is provided to an employee, or to a member of their family or household, by reason of their employment.
The definitions of family and household (in ITEPA 2003, s 721) mean that a benefit may be taxable on the employee under the residual liability provisions if the benefit is provided by reason of the employment to any of the following in relation to the employee:
spouse / civil partner
children, or their spouses / civil partners
It does not have to be the employer who provides the benefit. For example, a pharmaceutical company might offer football match tickets to employees of a sports injury clinic. The benefit would be employment-related as the tickets are only being offered to the individuals in question because of their employment at
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