Employers Advisory

Experts in the complexities and administrative detail of employer tax and national insurance.

ball-susan partnerSusan Ball

Employment Tax Partner

Given we already have the legislation in place for changing IR35 in the public sector, it would be relatively straightforward for the government to extend this to the private sector without need for a period of discussion or consultation, we could see an announced in this Budget. We might see a start date of April 2018 or April 2019, as there are so many other areas for organisations to contend with.

We are now seven months into the change in the public sector. HMRC’s view is that the implementation has gone well, as almost all stakeholders who have been impacted by the changes have reporting problems and ongoing concerns. If we do not hear more on this, then we are likely to have a reporting back on the recommendations from the Taylor review and ‘dependent contractor’ status, together with a possible increase in NIC for the self-employed.

Areas where we can help

  • HMRC employer compliance review
  • PAYE risk assessment
  • Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)
  • Remuneration, reward planning and share incentive arrangements
  • Remuneration planning
  • Employment status
  • Salary sacrifice
  • National Insurance Contributions (NICs)
  • Share incentive arrangements
  • P11Ds and benefits in kind
  • HMRC round sum expenses approval notices
  • PAYE settlement agreements
  • International assignments
  • International: payroll services and annual returns

What we do

We provide a wide range of tax and national insurance services specifically aimed to support your business needs, whether you are corporate businesses, professional practices or non profit organisations. We are among the leading providers of employment tax compliance and advisory services. We work in partnership with our clients to identify solutions to their planning and compliance needs. Whether fending off the challenges of HMRC or establishing a structure to meet an owner’s succession issues, our team can help.

Our services include cost effective planning solutions to help with recruitment, retention and incentivising your key employees, whilst taking care of all your compliance needs. We take care of the administrative burden, keep you up to date with complex and ever changing legislative requirements and ensure you avoid the pitfalls and potential penalties for getting it wrong.

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What’s next for UK Policy?

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