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Tax implications of return-to-office incentives – AAT Comment

As businesses continue to navigate the post-pandemic landscape, many are introducing various incentives to encourage employees to return to the office. Nick Bustin, Employment Tax Director, highlights the potential tax and National Insurance (NI) implications of such incentives.

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Employment Tax
15th May 2024
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New tipping laws pushed back until 1 October 2024

Following the consultation on the new legislation and Code of Practice, the new tipping legislation which was originally due to come into effect from July has been pushed back to 1 October 2024. This will allow businesses more time to prepare for the implementation of the changes. The final code of practice of the Fair Tips Act was officially published today (22 April 2024). The new code introduces changes to previous announcements.

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Employment Tax
22nd April 2024
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What are the benefits of pension salary sacrifice schemes?

Nick Bustin, Employment Tax Director, explains the many benefits of pension salary sacrifice schemes within his article for Employee Benefits.

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Employment Tax
18th April 2024
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Payrolling of benefits – update

Following HMRC’s announcement in January 2024, concerning the mandatory payrolling of benefits from April 2026, we are still waiting on sight of the draft legislation for consultation. However, we do know the following…

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Employment Tax
9th April 2024
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Employment Tax Briefing – Spring 2024

Welcome to the Spring 2024 Edition of our Employment Taxes Briefing, covering a range of issues which may impact upon all employers.

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Employment Tax
18th March 2024
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National Minimum Wage – latest round of naming and shaming

The latest naming and shaming list (the Scheme), published by the Department for Business and Trade (DBT) on 20 February 2024, revealed that 524 businesses failed to pay their employees the National Minimum Wage (NMW).

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Employment Tax
1st March 2024
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Pension salary sacrifice explained

Nick Bustin, Employment Tax Director, explains what a pension salary sacrifice is and the considerations employers should take into account.

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Employment Tax
12th February 2024
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Government announces the mandatory payrolling of benefits from April 2026

After several ‘false dawns’, HMRC has recently announced that the payrolling of benefits will become mandatory from April 2026.

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Employment Tax
23rd January 2024
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