A former BBC television presenter engaged by the company through a personal service company (PSC) should be taxed as an employee under the employment intermediaries legislation, a tax tribunal has ruled.
UK begins universities value for money review 20 Feb 2018
A new review has been opened into 'post 18 education' in the UK and will look, in part, at the funding arrangements in this sector and in particular whether students obtain value for money from universities, as well as whether there are barriers which prevent...
Four months after it became a criminal offence for a business to have an employee or other 'associated person' who facilitates tax evasion, many businesses have still not got the policies and procedures in place that could protect them, said Catherine Robins,...
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