A client has told me a female employee has failed to wear high heeled shoes or makeup to work several times this week in line with their dress code policy. What should they do about this?”
IMPORTANT: We’re aware of a new email scam targeting employers. If you receive an email about P6/P6T forms with an attachment, please forward to email@example.com.
This email is a scam and the attachment may contain malicious software. Please share this post to warn others.Read More
This months edition includes:
– Tenant fees ban set to cost landlords £82.9m
– Businesses call for more government support
– HMRC defers launch of digital accounts for individuals
– Deadline for reporting benefits in kind nears
IR35 is the shorthand name for tax rules concerning the provision of personal services through intermediaries.
These rules came into effect on 6 April 2000, but they were signiicantly amended from 6 April 2017 for contracts involving public sector bodies. (more…)
Many employees need to travel as part of their job for various reasons, whether it’s acquiring new customers, working with current ones or attending conferences and events.
The system of benefits and taxation surrounding this essential economic activity is classed as ‘travel and subsistence’ in the eyes of the taxman. (more…)