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Employee Benefit Trust settlement opportunity will be withdrawn on 31 March 2015

Employers who used an Employee Benefit Trust (EBT) before 6 April 2011 must notify HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) by 31 March 2015 if they wish to take advantage of the terms of the EBT Settlement Opportunity, HMRC has announced .  15 Aug 2014

OTS proposes "radical" restriction of tax relief on termination payments to redundancy cases

The current tax exemption that applies to the first £30,000 of a payment made on termination of employment should be withdrawn and replaced with a new relief available in cases of statutory redundancy only, according to the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS).... 05 Aug 2014

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Tax avoidance scheme disclosure rules to be broadened so that accelerated payment rules apply to more schemes

The UK government wants to widen the Disclosure of Tax Avoidance Schemes (DOTAS) rules so that more tax schemes will fall within new rules requiring accelerated payments of tax, according to a new HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) consultation document . 04 Aug 2014

HMRC announces limited settlement opportunity for 'contractor loan' tax scheme users

The UK's HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announced that, for a limited time, it is offering a settlement opportunity to resolve disputes with 16,000 individuals who used the 'contractor loan scheme' as an attempt to avoid income tax. 28 Jul 2014

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We advise clients across diverse sectors on a wide variety of employment tax issues, and have a co-ordinated team of lawyers across our UK offices with responsibility for broadening and strengthening our employment tax offering.

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