It has been a turbulent past 12 months, with employers having to tackle a number of unprecedented challenges created by the ongoing pandemic. Despite this, employers will still need to meet their employment tax compliance obligations and we have recently seen a number of compliance communications issued by HMRC to employers, which shows a renewed drive by the UK government to ensure compliance in this area. Given this, and that the end of the current UK tax year is fast approaching, we have set out below the key areas that employers should now be focusing on.
To ensure extra cost and risk is appropriated managed, staying on top of your existing compliance obligations and getting to grips with the changing compliance landscape should be high on the agenda for all HR and finance personnel, particularly in the coming weeks and months. If you would like to discuss further, please do not hesitate to contact a member of your Crowe team.
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