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UK Employment Taxes

Experts in the complexities and administrative
detail of employer tax and social security.

Our multi-disciplinary dedicated team provide advice on employment taxes and social security helping organisations manage their payroll taxes, benefits and expenses reporting, adapting to new legislation and ensuring their tax and social security risk management and strategies comply with the rules as well as implement arrangements to reduce employment costs where appropriate.

We offer a blend of skills derived from experience gained in accountancy practice, legal practice, in house and also HMRC. Working to assist clients at all stages of their life-cycle.

Not only that but we pride ourselves on keeping at the forefront of proposed government changes, using creative thinking to help our clients make smart decisions and create lasting value.

Our services include:

  • PAYE and Social security risk reviews
  • providing you with support during HMRC enquiries and reviews including negotiating settlements
  • keeping you up-to-date on changes in legislation and how they impact upon your internal policies and procedures
  • advice regarding the treatment of employment status and off payroll workers
  • helping you with senior accounting officer compliance
  • structuring and the taxation of termination payments
 
  • managing the tax risk of the HMRC construction industry scheme (CIS)
  • supporting your compliance with HMRC filing requirements including submission of P11Ds and PAYE settlement agreements
  • designing and assisting with the roll out of expenses and benefits policies and procedures
  • assisting with documenting processes for compliance with regulatory requirements.

Insights

What are the options for festive parties, and what are the potential tax implications are of those alternatives.
IR35 difficulties continue to hurt Government as HM Courts and Tribunal Service suffered a £12.5 million tax bill.
We assess the tax implications as many who have been working from home return to their offices.
We look at how COVID-19 will impact the reporting requirements for P11Ds and PSAs providing the key deadlines for the 2020/21 tax year.
What are the options for festive parties, and what are the potential tax implications are of those alternatives.
IR35 difficulties continue to hurt Government as HM Courts and Tribunal Service suffered a £12.5 million tax bill.
We assess the tax implications as many who have been working from home return to their offices.
We look at how COVID-19 will impact the reporting requirements for P11Ds and PSAs providing the key deadlines for the 2020/21 tax year.

Contact us

Andy Hamman
Andy Hamman
Director, Employment Tax
London