Do you know the composition of your workforce and its annual cost? Are the non-employed worker arrangements tax efficient? Would it be more effective, efficient and present fewer tax risks engaging some of the non-employees as employed workers? Are the non-employed worker arrangements compliant with employment law?
Does your business offer a salary sacrifice arrangement for the provision of benefits and how comfortable are you that it is effective for employment tax purposes?
When was the last time your business had a PAYE/NIC compliance review from HMRC and do you have comfort that your business has adequate process and controls in place to manage your employment tax risks?
Download our 2015/16 employers’ tax calendar to stay up to date with all the key tax deadlines. The calendar covers general tax, employment tax, CIS and share schemes dates you can’t afford to miss.
Key UK tax facts and figures at your fingertips for 2015/16, including personal tax and business tax rates.
New VAT rules come into force on 1 April 2015 that will affect businesses either offering customers a prompt payment discount or receiving prompt payment discounts on their purchases.
What is your businesses employment tax risk strategy? Where does your business fit with the need to deliver a comprehensive pay and benefits package in order to remain competitive in the market whilst reducing costs to the business?
Using IDEA, the data interrogation software used by HMRC to audit business records, you can limit your tax risk or find out if you're paying too much VAT.
Non-compliance with the SAO regime can result in a penalty for the company and a personal penalty for the Senior Accounting Officer. Read more about how this affects you.
Using tax to reduce your Solvency II burden