Bringing up baby

A couple regularly engage the services of a babysitter, but are unsure of her employment status. Should they be concerned by the introduction of real-time information? I am a full-time employee for a mid-tier firm of accountants. I have been looking at the real-time information (RTI) rules in order to bring some of my clients […]

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Pay day by day tax relief models

Pay day by pay day tax relief models

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CIS in a muddle

CIS in a muddle DAVID KIRK reflects on the quirks of the construction industry scheme KEY POINTS  The CIS operates well in the main.  Recovering deductions already paid by the subcontractor.  Condition B of regulation 9 of the CIS Regulations.  Allocation of CIS deductions against other taxes. There are some in […]

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The IR35 business entity tests

the ir35 business entity tests

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Deduction of PAYE from holiday pay

Who is responsible? A solicitor assists employees in recovering unpaid holiday pay from current or former employers on a no win/no fee basis. He recovers his fee from any payment made A client of ours is a solicitor and has recently started a new service helping employees claim holiday pay from their employers who, for […]

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