Employees working from home while overseas
COVID-19 resulted in a fast – and major – shift in how organisations and their teams operate on a day to day basis. While many employees swapped a long train journey for a 20-step commute, some employees opted to weather the pandemic in international jurisdictions. But how does this effect employers, and what are the impacts in relation to Income Tax, social security, contracts, and benefits?
Our dedicated Employment Tax team are on hand to guide you through a review of the arrangements to help mitigate any potential risks.
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Our team of specialists can help you through the complex legislation to help provide you with clear and practical advice. Challenges which employers regularly face include how to retain and motivate employees, but also minimise costs and risks.
How we can help you
- PAYE & National Insurance advice
- Dealing with HM Revenue & Customs compliance reviews
- Employment tax health-checks
- Designing and advising on expense policies
- Salary sacrifice and optional remuneration arrangements
- Termination payments
- Off-payroll working arrangements
- Construction industry scheme
Off-payroll working arrangements
Any business which engages workers through an intermediary needs to review those arrangements ahead of changes to the IR35 legislation, which is due to come into effect for the Private Sector on 6 April 2020.
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Please find below recent articles related to Employment Tax and COVID-19.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced on 24 September new details of the Job Support Scheme, which will replace the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme with effect from 1 November 2020.
Whilst the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has provided employers with a much needed ‘lifeline’, HMRC are now taking the first steps to recover grant payments.
HMRC published two guidance notes: 'Overclaims' guidance and 'Penalties' guidance as they relate to overclaimed grants paid to employers through the Job Retention Scheme.